In An Effort To Help Medical Workers, The MBTA Added Additional Trains To Their Schedule Today.

Five trains have been added to get essential workers into the city before 7 a.m. [WCVB]

Gov. Baker Extends School Closures For The State Until May 7.

The school closures include both public and private as well as daycares. [Boston Globe]

Congress Agrees On Stimulus Package To Aid Americans Amid COVID-19.

Who will get a stimulus check? Here is a rundown of those who are applicable. []

Massachusetts Coronavirus Cases Climb To 1,838.

Among the confirmed cases, 15 residents have died due to COVID-19. [NECN]

Police Receiving Calls About Those Not Adhering To Social Distancing.

Cambridge Police are among some departments who have received calls from residents that individuals have been breaking social distancing guidelines. []

Some Massachusetts Restaurants Are Giving Toilet Paper With Takeout Orders.

The creative move comes at a time when toilet paper has become scarce due to the pandemic. [Masslive]

Watch Boston Mayor Marty Walsh’s Recent Coronavirus Update.

Mayor Walsh addressed the public with additional updates today. []

Gov. Baker To Outline New Safety Guidelines For Construction Workers.

Some workers have expressed that they do not feel safe amid the coronavirus outbreak. [WCVB]

Three MBTA Bus Drivers Test Positive For COVID-19.

The MBTA will now implement the cleaning of their bus facilities. [Boston Herald]

James Taylor Donates $1M To Massachusetts General Hospital To Help Aid In The Fight Against Coronavirus.

The singer and songwriter, as well as his wife, Kim, donated the money to help aid the Emergency Response Fund. [Boston Herald]

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