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Shows Of Support For Workers Fighting The Coronavirus Come From All AroundAcross the state, people are creating shows of support for workers fighting the coronavirus on the front lines. 
MGH Surgeon Predicts Coronavirus In Massachusetts Will Soon Look Like New YorkHospital staff around the country are treating coronavirus patients while trying to keep themselves safe. A surgeon on the front lines at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) said it has been a big change. 
Coronavirus Causes Boston Hotels To Close TemporarilyMany major Boston hotels have closed out of concerns surrounding the coronavirus. They say they are keeping with recommendations from the state.
Worcester Nursing Home To Become First Dedicated Coronavirus Treatment CenterA nursing home in Worcester will become the first dedicated coronavirus treatment center.
Coronavirus Cases In New Hampshire Rise To 214 With 27 New CasesThe number of confirmed coronavirus cases in New Hampshire rose to 214 Saturday after 27 new cases were identified, according to the Department of Health and Human Services. 
Gov. Baker, Wife Donate Blood At American Red Cross, Urge Others To Do The SameGov. Charlie Baker and his wife donated blood at the American Red Cross in Dedham Saturday amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Secretary Of The Interior Has Ordered Mashpee Wompanoag Tribe 'Disestablished,' Tribe SaysThe U.S. Secretary of the Interior has ordered the historic Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe "disestablished" and that their land be taken away, according to the tribe. The tribe said they would fight this action. 
Coronavirus Cases: Massachusetts Reports 44 Deaths, 4,257 CasesThis marks an increase of 1,017 positive tests and 9 new deaths since Friday.
Coronavirus Outbreak At Norwood Senior Center Worries Residents' FamiliesA coronavirus outbreak at a Norwood senior center has family members of the residents worried about their loved ones' safety.