DCU Field Hospital To Close Next Week.

With a decrease in the number of patient admissions, the field hospital will now be shut down with medical care set to return mainly to the hospital. [WCVB]

Update: Latest Massachusetts Coronavirus Cases.

Massachusetts health officials have shared 110 new coronavirus deaths with 1,239 new cases. [Boston.com]

Hanniford Super Market Looking To Hire 2,000 New Employees.

Hanniford is hiring in five states to meet the increase in the demand for sales. [NECN]

The City Of Somerville Extends State Of Emergency.

All large events in Somerville have been canceled for the rest of the year. [WHDH]

Thousands Of Residents Without Power After Friday Night Storm.

Following high winds and rain, roughly 30,000 residents were without power on Friday night. [WCVB]

Ten Percent Of Boston Residents Test Positive For COVID-19 Antibodies.

A study conducted collected samples from several neighborhoods throughout Boston. [Boston Herald]

Construction On South Station Tower To Resume.

Work will begin again on Monday with officials yet to share the station's timeline for completion. [Boston.com]

Massachusetts General Hospital Believes Use Of Telemedicine To Increase Post Pandemic.

Dr. Fatima Stanford of Massachusetts General Hospital believes the use of telemedicine will continue to be used. [Masslive]

Roger Goodell Announces NFL Facilities May Open.

NFL teams are allowed to open as long as they are compliant with their state and local regulations. [WHDH]

How Nail Salons Will Operate When They Are Allowed To Reopen.

Fewer touchpoints and appointments will be required among other safety precautions. [NECN]

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