Massachusetts Gym Owner Defies State Ban, Opens Business.
The owner of Prime Fitness in Oxford has opened his doors for the third day in a row, prompting other gyms to the same. [Masslive]
Boston College To Welcome Back Students To On-Campus Classes August 31st.
The college has informed students and staff about their plans to reopen along with safety precautions that will be implemented. [Masslive]
John Krasinski's ‘Some Good News’ Goes On Hiatus.
The Boston native shared the news on Twitter on Tuesday, promising the YouTube series will eventually return. [Boston Globe]
Massachusetts Men Try To Smuggle Nissan Executive From Japan.
A father and son were arrested in Harvard for helping Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn escape Japan where he is wanted for financial misconduct. [Patch]
New York Using Ultraviolet Light To Kill Coronavirus.
The city is using it to kill the coronavirus that may be on subway cars, commuter trains, and buses. [WHDH]
The New England Patriots And The Revolution Plan Flag Memorial.
The two teams plan to create a flag garden near Gillette Stadium in honor of veterans. [NECN]
The CDC Releases Detailed Guidelines For The Reopening Of The U.S.
The 60-page document was posted on the CDC's website without an announcement. [NECN]
Salvation Army's Fly the Flag Campaign To Help Towns Hit By Coronavirus.
Flags will be placed in Milford, Hopedale, and Mendon as part of the campaign. The Salvation Army aims to raise $25K for its emergency assistance program. [WCVB]
Two Studies Conducted Suggest COVID-19 Antibodies Could Provide Immunity.
The research was led by Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. [Boston Globe]
Apple And Google Both Release New Technology For Pandemic Apps.
The apps inform users if they have been exposed to COVID-19. [WHDH]
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