Friday, February 26, 2021

What can reopen in MA beginning Monday, March 1


"In the clearest sign yet of confidence that the state is getting a handle on COVID, Gov. Charlie Baker announced a broad set of new reopening orders, including clearing the way for fans at Fenway Park for the Red Sox home opener on April 1. Perhaps not coincidentally, Baker’s headline-grabbing proclamation came less than an hour after he finished testifying at a Beacon Hill oversight hearing, where lawmakers ripped him over the troubled rollout of the state’s vaccine sign-up website.

Starting Monday, Baker said theaters and other performance venues can reopen with 50 percent capacity limits and restaurants will have no overall capacity limits as long they maintain six feet of distance between tables and have parties of no more than six people, who remain for no more than 90 minutes."

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Boston Globe coverage of the move to re-open and change restrictions 
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What is authorized to re-open on Monday March 1

Gov Baker's press conference announcing the re-opening steps

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