Massachusetts Receives 100 Ventilators From Federal Government.
Massachusetts received the ventilators on Saturday after requesting 1,000 ventilators. Gov. Baker expects the remainder to come in batches. [Masslive]
Male Shopper Accused Of Coughing And Spitting On Food At Stop & Shop.
Police are now pursuing criminal charges against the 65-year-old man who got into a physical altercation with employees at the store on Saturday. [Boston.com]
Testing Site Opened At Gillette Stadium For First Responders.
The drive-thru testing site opened on Sunday morning and can test up to 200 responders on a daily basis. [WCVB]
Corona Beer Halts Production In Mexico.
The company has stopped production due to the virus. [WHDH]
Second Massachusetts Prison Inmate Dies Of Coronavirus.
The inmate was being housed at Massachusetts Treatment Center in Bridgewater. He died on Saturday. His identification has not been released. [NECN]
Police In Boxford, Massachusetts Investigating Boulders, Trees In Road.
It appears to be a prank police have warned is far from harmless. [Masslive]
L.L. Bean Turns Their Focus To Making Masks For Coronavirus.
The company hopes to make up to 10,000 masks a day. [CBS Local]
After A Cool And Rainy Weekend, High Temperatures Expected For Monday.
Temperatures across the state are expected to reach up into the 60s. [NECN]
Coronavirus Testing At Home Declared Too Risky By U.S. Regulators.
U.S. Regulators have stopped companies from producing at-home tests they believe could be inaccurate. [Boston.com]
Nurse In New York Worked With Patients While Sick With Coronavirus.
Because staff is not allowed to be tested, the nurse worked for a week sick with the virus until she managed to get tested. [WHDH]
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