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5 Residents Of Revere Senior Living Facility Die From CoronavirusResidents of the Jack Satter House in Revere are under quarantine after 5 residents have died from coronavirus. WBZ-TV's Katie Brace reports.
'Zoom-Bombing' Hijacks Online Class Meetings In Massachusetts, FBI WarnsMake sure uninvited guests don't crash your next video conference. WBZ-TV's Nick Emmons reports.
Mass. High Court To Hear Proposal To Release Prisoners To Stop COVID-19 SpreadThe Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court will hear arguments on a proposal to release some prisoners to avoid overcrowding and encourage social distancing in Massachusetts jails. WBZ-TV's Kristina Rex reports.
Gov. Baker Expects Coronavirus Surge In Mid-AprilWBZ-TV's Ken MacLeod reports.
11 Residents Of Holyoke Soldiers' Home DieFive of 11 residents of the Holyoke Soldiers' Home who died have tested positive for COVID-19.
WBZ Evening News Update For March 30Revere says five residents of senior living facility have died from coronavirus; 797 new cases of coronavirus in Massachusetts; SJC will hear emergency request to release some prison inmates; Latest forecast.
Boston Hotels Forced To Make Dramatic Changes To Stay Open During CoronavirusAs guests leave, new guests are not immediately put in the same rooms. WBZ-TV's Paul Burton reports.
Massachusetts School Nurses Ready To Help Fight Coronavirus If NeededThe Milford Public Schools District has already donated all the medical supplies they can. WBZ-TV's Cheryl Fiandaca reports.
Family Celebrates Man's 75th Birthday Through Window At Andover Nursing HomeA loving family did their best to celebrate a birthday despite being apart. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.
WBZ Evening Forecast For March 30Eric Fisher has an updated weather forecast.
Coronavirus Update: 10 Remain Isolated At Norwood Rehab Where 2 Patients DiedThe operators of a Norwood rehabilitation center where two residents died of coronavirus say they are taking every precaution.
How To Prevent Neck, Back Pain While Working From HomeWorking from home is a new adjustment for many people. WBZ-TV's Dr. Mallika Marshall reports.
Mass. Military Support Foundation To Give 1 Million Meals To VeteransThe packages will have enough food to last two weeks.
Providence Restaurant Offers Pizza Kits, Cooking Lessons During Coronavirus CrisisWBZ-TV's Anaridis Rodriguez reports.
Six Flags New England Temporarily Suspends OperationsSix Flags open mid-May at the earliest.
Blood Donations Still Needed Despite Lack Of Available AppointmentsOne Boston woman said she has been trying to make an appointment to donate blood for weeks. WBZ-TV's Tiffany Chan reports.
'A Lot Of Virus In The Community': How Hospital System Is Coping With COVID-19Dr. Paul Biddinger spoke with WBZ-TV’s Louisa Moller about how the hospital system is coping with coronavirus.
Massachusetts Prepares For Coronavirus Surge In Mid-AprilGov. Baker said the federal government will be sending Massachusetts 1,000 ventilators. WBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.
'Everything Is Not Fine': Nurses At Community Hospitals Overwhelmed By CoronavirusWBZ-TV's Christina Hager spoke with an ICU nurse at Norwood Hospital who is worried about the amount of patients she is seeing.
Mayor Walsh Announces Penpal Program To Help VeteransThe program connects veterans who may be lonely with a volunteer who will check in on them periodically.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Gives Update On Coronavirus ResponseBoston Mayor Marty Walsh said the city has stopped all eviction proceedings until the coronavirus crisis is over.
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu Requests Federal Coronavirus Disaster Relief FundingNew Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu holds a press conference on the state's coronavirus response.
Gov. Baker: Don't Apply For CARES Act Unemployment Benefits YetGov. Charlie Baker said Massachusetts needs guidance on how to distribute the new federal unemployment benefits.
Baker Expects Coronavirus Surge To Start In Massachusetts Between April 7 And 17Gov. Baker said Monday recent calculations predict the coronavirus surge in early to mid April.