"As the COVID-19 pandemic reaches new levels driven largely by surges of cases in southern and southwestern states that had resumed economic and social activities, Gov. Charlie Baker said Friday that Massachusetts can avoid a similar fate if people continue to wear face coverings, remain socially distant and stay home when sick.Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
“It’s been working. It’s worked well for the people in Massachusetts and we all need to keep it up. COVID-19 will not be taking a summer vacation,” he said. “As many people have seen, other states have suffered massive spikes in new cases and hospitalizations, and we urge every resident in Massachusetts to continue to be vigilant and mindful during their daily activities that we can contain this insidious virus, but it’s critically important for everybody to do their part.”
Florida reported a record high of more than 8,900 new coronavirus cases Friday and the governor suspended alcohol sales at the state’s bars. On Thursday, Gov. Ron DeSantis said he did not plan on moving to the next phase of the Sunshine State’s reopening as initially scheduled. In early June, Florida had allowed bars to reopen at 50% capacity indoors and at full capacity outside, and also allowed movie theaters to reopen."
Gov Baker's video update Friday, June 26: https://youtu.be/f8lY8dUUdds
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