More Than 100 Medical Workers In Boston Area Hospitals Have Tested Positive For COVID-19.

Hospitals such as Brigham and Women’s, Mass. General, Tufts Medical Center and more confirmed the news on Thursday. []

State Representative Michael Day Tests Positive For COVID-19.

Day received his test results on Monday after noticing symptoms around March 12. [Masslive]

Charlestown Manufacturer Begins Building Face Shields.

The face shields will be sent to hospitals for medical workers. [Boston Herald]

Here Is What To Know About the Senate Bill For Coronavirus Relief.

The $2 trillion in aid is to benefit workers, businesses and the health care system. [NECN]

Residents Turn On Christmas Lights Amid The Pandemic.

As a symbol of hope, residents throughout communities in the state have turned their lights back on. [WCVB]

Medical Schools Within The State Are Expediting Graduations.

Fourth-year students will graduate, entering the workforce to ultimately aid in the fight against COVID-19. [Boston Globe]

Stop And Shop To Hire Roughly 5,000 Workers.

The addition of thousands of workers will help with the increasing demand for food and the proper disinfection of stores. [Patch]

Watertown Woman Warns Others About What It Is Like To Contract Coronavirus.

Kat Powers shared details of the illness on her Twitter to promote awareness. []

State Waives Nurse To Patient Ratio & Other Hospital Regulations.

The temporary change comes due to an overflow of patients that need treatment. [WHDH]

Boston Police Announce New Safety Guidelines For Officers.

Some new guidelines include maintaining a 6-foot distance between themselves and the public as well being notified if members of a home have the virus for purposes of house calls. [Boston Herald]

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