Coronavirus Testing Delays Draw Concern.

Two of the largest testing labs in the country have shared that an increase in testing has caused some delays in getting results back fast. [WCVB]

Update: Latest Massachusetts Coronavirus Cases.

Health officials in Massachusetts reported 165 new cases of coronavirus on Tuesday with 17 new deaths. [CBS Boston]

Patriots Player Michael Bennett Has Retired After 11 Years.

Bennett shared that he has been contemplating retirement prior to the pandemic and hopes to find a new purpose in life. [Masslive]

Evictions & Foreclosures Ban Extended Until October.

The ban on both evictions and foreclosures has been extended from August to October 17th, as shared by Gov. Baker. [Patch]

Needham Police Chief, Officers Accused Of Racial Profiling. 

The chief and three officers have been accused by a Boston Law Firm, Lawyers for Civil Rights, of unlawfully searching and targeting an African American male. [WCVB]

Restaurants Can Now Sell Cocktails With Take-Out.

A new bill was signed on Monday by Gov. Baker allowing restaurants to sell cocktails with take-out orders and food deliveries. [Patch]

Men’s Wearhouse And Jos. A. Bank  Announces Store Closures.

The retail stores, owned by Tailored Brands, will close roughly 500 stores due to the coronavirus. [CBS Boston]

NFL May Allow Players To Add Messages For Social Justice To Helmets.

Per Front Office Sports, the NFL will likely allow players to pay tribute to individuals who were victims of systemic racism and police brutality. [Front Office Sports]

Bahamas Bans U.S. Travelers Beginning Wednesday.

The ban on U.S. travelers comes after an increase in coronavirus cases in the Bahamas. [Boston.com]

Public Health Experts Prepare For Spike Of Coronavirus Cases.

Tufts Medical Center Epidemiologist Dr. Shira Doron believes the seriousness of the spike will do with the public and their adherence to guidelines. [Patch]

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