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Gov. Baker Announces More Vaccines are on the Way to MA
Massachusetts Governor Charlie baker announced today that Massachusetts will finally start getting more vaccines from the federal government according to an article posted at the nbcboston.com website. According to the post the governor said the supply of vaccines from the feds this week totaled 172…
Gov Baker’s Update on COVID Numbers and Vaccine Rollout
At a press conference this afternoon at Fenway Park, Governor Charlie Baker gave an update on the state’s COVID-19 response.  The Gov said yesterday the Department of Public Health reported 1,963 new cases of the virus out of 61,265 new tests...
COVID-19 Measures in Place for Fall and Winter
Now that Fall is here and Winter is coming, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts needs to be ready for the challenges that could come with the change of seasons in regards to the coronavirus pandemic. Gov. Charlie Baker announced several measures today in preparation for the coming cold weather months
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Baker Urges Residents to Get Flu Vaccination
BOSTON — The Baker-Polito Administration today urged residents to get vaccinated now against influenza to protect themselves, their families, and prevent the spread of flu to keep residents healthy and ease the strain on healthcare systems caring for people with COVID-19
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More Tax Relief For Local Businesses
Governor Charlie Baker, Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, Senate President Karen Spilka and House Speaker Robert DeLeo have announced an extension of administrative tax relief measures for local businesses that have been impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, especially in the restaurant and hospitalit…
State Announces Rapid Response COVID Testing for Schools
As students across The Commonwealth prepare to go back to school, Gov. Baker announced the state is planning to roll out a rapid response testing program that can be made available to any school in the state.
The announcement came yesterday at a press conference at which the Governor said the Departm…

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