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Gov. Baker: We Will Keep Working To Get PPE To Medical WorkersGov. Charlie Baker said over 4,000 health care volunteers have signed up to fight coronavirus.
Gov. Baker: Massachusetts Needs More Staffed Hospital Beds To Deal With CoronavirusGov. Charlie Baker said the state has increased beds for all levels of coronavirus care, but more needs to be done.
Gov. Charlie Baker Issues State-Wide Advisory For Residents To Wear Masks In PublicGov. Charlie Baker said data is showing the surge may come closer to April 20.
Baker Wants To Be Incredibly Careful About Preventing 'Insidious' Coronavirus From Coming Back“I will be incredibly careful about not permitting this insidious, awful, and horribly dangerous and contagious virus from coming back anytime soon,” Mass. Gov. Charlie Baker told reporters Thursday.
Health And Human Services Secretary: COVID-19 Report In Massachusetts Will Include Race And Ethnicity.Health And Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders said the information is crucial to determine where burden of COVID-19 is falling.
Grocery Stores Required To Limit Store CustomersThe state will require stores to limit customers to 40 percent of capacity.
Gov. Baker: State Has Issued Guidelines For Crisis Standards Of CareBaker said the guidelines would ensure no one is discriminated against based on background, social standing or disability.
Bill Would Protect Health Care Workers Fighting COVID-19 From Liability"This bill would make sure they are free to do their jobs the best they can during this unprecedented situation."
Gov. Baker Says Coronavirus Surge Expected Between April 10 And April 20Cases reached a high on Monday, with 30 percent of tests positive.
Church Bells To Toll In Unison Across Eastern Massachusetts This EasterThere will be a special moment reaching into communities across the region when church bells toll in unison. Katie Johnston reports.
Tom Brady Admits To Smoking Weed In High SchoolThe mere image of golden boy Tom Brady doing anything wrong is kind of comical. So when the 42-year-old Buccaneers quarterback was asked by Howard Stern about his partying tendencies in high school, certainly nobody expected him to relive any party days. Katie Johnston reports.
Family Resource Hotline For Nursing Homes Launched In MassachusettsSecretary of Health and Human Services Marylou Sutters explains a new hotline for families with loved ones in nursing homes.
$800 Million Approved To Support Massachusetts Healthcare ProvidersSecretary of Health and Human Services Marylou Sudders explains how the $800 million will be distributed.
Gov. Baker Update Massachusetts Response To CoronavirusMassachusetts Governor Charlie Baker talks about an infusion of money for healthcare providers, and an update on testing capacity.
Walsh: Boston Hospitals Will Need To Add Capacity To Their MorguesMayor Marty Walsh said it's a reminder of how unsettling the coronavirus pandemic is in Boston.
Walsh Waives Parking Tickets For Health Care Workers In Boston In Coronavirus CrisisBoston Mayor Marty Walsh wants to make parking easier for health care workers during the pandemic.
Gov. Baker: By April 10, We Need To Be Ready For Increased HospitalizationsGov. Charlie Baker said it is better to be prepared for the coronavirus surge to come sooner rather than later.
First Lady Lauren Baker Announces Massachusetts Relief FundLauren Baker thanked the donors that provided the first 13 million dollars for the fund.
Gov. Baker Establishes Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief FundGov. Charlie Baker said the goal is to create a statewide fund that can provide for local foundations.
Gov. Baker Provides Update On Coronavirus Response EffortsGov. Charlie Baker said he supports the stricter recommendations that Boston is putting in place.
Endangered Right Whales Return To Cape Cod BaySome good news off the coast of Massachusetts – sightings of the endangered North Atlantic right whale are increasing, according the New England Aquarium. The whales come to Cape Cod in the spring to feed before heading further north. Katie Johnston reports.
Dozens More Test Positive For Coronavirus At Holyoke Soldier's HomeSecretary of Health and Human Services Marylou Sudders speaks on the deaths at the Holyoke Soldiers' Home.
Gov. Baker Speaks About Increasing coronavirus Testing CapacityGov. Charlie Baker explains how the state can increase coronavirus testing capacity.
Coronavirus Testing Site To Open At Gillette StadiumThe testing site in Foxboro will open Sunday and serve first responders.

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