Massachusetts Stay At Home Advisory Extended Until May 18.
Gov. Baker has announced that all nonessential businesses will remain closed until May 18 with social distancing in place. [WCVB]
New York ER Doctor Dr. Lorna M. Breen Commits Suicide.
Breen died due to self-inflicted injuries in Charlottesville, Virginia. [Boston.com]
Somerville Porchfest Music Festival Is Going Virtual.
The festival will now be streamed on May 9 due to the pandemic. [NECN]
Here Are Six Boston Based TV Series & Movies To Watch.
From Amazon Prime to Hulu and Apple TV, these new releases will occupy your time during the stay at home order. [Boston.com]
Boston Celtics Will No Longer Be Opening Practice Facilities Next Week.
The organization had plans to possibly open but will now wait due to extended stay at home orders. [Masslive]
According To New Study, Massachusetts Needs To Increase Testing.
The study shares that increasing testing to 30,000 a day would allow the state to open safely. [Patch]
A Dog Has Tested Positive For COVID-19.
This is the first known case of coronavirus among dogs in the United States. [WCVB]
Harvard May Utilize Remote Learning For Students In The Fall.
While officials have shared that the school will be open for fall, they are still considering implementing remote learning. [NECN]
Cambridge & Somerville To Require Face Masks.
Beginning Wednesday, face masks will be required for residents when they are in public. [WHDH]
Red Sox To Share News On Ticket Refunds On Wednesday.
Ticket holders will finally get answers after attempting to get refunds. [Boston Globe]
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