Revere Sees Significant Spike In Coronavirus Cases.
Coronavirus cases in Revere jump from eight to 140 cases in a week. [NBC Boston]
Gun Retailers No Longer Essential After Making The Essential List.
Gun retailers were listed as essential on the state website for essential businesses but have since been taken off the list. [Masslive]
Fines Begin For Those Who Don't Adhere to Hands-Free Driving Law.
Following a grace period, drivers who break the hands-free law in Massachusetts will now be fined. [WCVB]
Bridges to Cape Cod Could Be Closed.
A petition for the closure of the bridges created via Change.org has gained a bit of traction with more than 9k signatures. [Boston]
FDA Recalls All Zantac Heartburn Products.
A contaminant in the drug is said to have a "probable human carcinogen," per the World Health Organization. [NBC Boston]
Landry Arena At Fitchburg State University To Be Used As Temporary Mortuary.
The arena will be used if Massachuessts sees an increase in coronavirus deaths. [Masslive]
Market Basket Taking Serious Steps To Limit Spread Of Coronavirus.
Beginning April 2, each store will limit the number of shoppers based on their size. [Boston.com]
Julian Edelman To Team Up With Planet Fitness
The New England Patriots player will host an At-Home workout. [CBS Local]
Kobe Bryant’s Book ‘The Wizenard Series: Season One’ Released This Past Tuesday.
Bryant's wife announced the news via Instagram. [NECN]
Gov. Baker Visits Worcester DCU Center Set To Be New Coronavirus Care Facility.
The center is prepping for the expected surge in cases. [Boston Herald]
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