Gov. Charlie Baker Shares Expected Projections For The Number Of Coronavirus Cases With Anticipated Surge. 

With the predicted surge in cases set to take place from April 10 through April 20th, Baker projects the state will see an additional 172,000 additional cases of COVID-19. [Masslive]

A Rundown On Coronavirus Unemployment Benefits.

Many have questions while procedures have yet to be put in place. [Boston Herald]

The Upcoming Democratic National Convention Has Been Postponed Until August.

The convention will now take place in Milwaukee in mid-August due to the coronavirus. [Boston Herald]

Boston Public Works Employees Are Seeing City Streets Littered With Masks & Gloves.

Some members of the public are failing to dispose of gloves and masks properly, putting workers and the public at risk. [Boston.com]

Boston City Council Voted Yesterday To Freeze Rent And Mortgage Payments.

With a vote 12-1, the majority of the council hopes a freeze will be considered by top federal and local officials. [WCVB]

Robert Kraft Sends New England Patriots’ Airplane To Pick-Up 1.2 Million Face Masks From China.

The masks are expected to arrive in Massachusetts today and will be sent to a number of local hospitals. [Masslive]

One Female Doctor Shares How She Was Told Not To Wear A Mask.

The traveling doctor is now raising awareness after being let go from her job. [WBUR]

State Beach Parking Lots Closed While State Parks Set To Open Early.

The Department of Conservation and Recreation has decided to close the beaches and parking lots in an effort to avoid gatherings. [WCVB]

Video: Governor Charlie Baker Gives An Update On The State's Fight Against The Coronavirus.

Baker gave an update to the public today, addressing the upcoming surge and more. [Boston.com]

Amazon Attempting To Crack Down On Sellers Trying To Profit From Pandemic.

Some Sellers are still finding ways to profit from the current global crisis. [Boston.com]

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