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Mayor Walsh to Provide Update on Coronavirus in Boston – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Mayor Marty Walsh is scheduled to provide an update on the coronavirus in Boston on Monday afternoon. He is scheduled to speak at 3 p.m. from Faneuil Hall. Download our free mobile app for iOS or Android to get the latest breaking news and in-depth coverage of COVID-19. At …

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Over 100 Students, 50 Staff at Mass. Schools Test Positive for Coronavirus – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts health officials on Thursday announced that 106 students and 57 staff members had tested positive for the coronavirus over the past week, an increase over the previous week. The cases were reported to the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education between Oct. 1 and Oct. 7, and includes …

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State Questions Remote Learning In Districts With Low Rates Of Coronavirus – CBS Boston

[ad_1] BOSTON (CBS) – The state is pressuring some school districts to get students back in the classroom. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education sent a letter to 16 school districts that began the year with remote learning, despite having “very low” rates of Covid-19 transmission. Commissioner Jeffrey Riley …

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New Coronavirus Hot Spot Communities Postpone School Sports, Step Up Enforcement – CBS Boston

[ad_1] WORCESTER (CBS) – Worcester is making changes after being labeled high risk for coronavirus infections. “For the Worcester Public Schools, the start of sports was tomorrow,” said Worcester School Superintendent Maureen Binienda. Not anymore. The sports season is postponed because Worcester is one of six communities that just spiked …

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Massachusetts Reports 182 New Coronavirus Cases, 4 Additional Deaths – CBS Boston

[ad_1] BOSTON (CBS) — Health officials reported 182 new confirmed coronavirus cases and four additional deaths in the state Wednesday. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health said the total number of confirmed cases in the state is now 121,396 while the total number of deaths is 8,937. The 7-day weighted …

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Massachusetts Officials Cracking Down on Spread of Coronavirus Over Holiday Weekend – NBC Boston

[ad_1] State officials will be cracking down on the spread of the novel coronavirus over the holiday weekend, looking out for any large parties or gatherings that violate state guidelines. With Labor Day Weekend underway, and another beautiful day in the forecast, people have been heading out to beaches and …

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Second Steamship Authority Employee Tests Positive For Coronavirus – CBS Boston

[ad_1] FALMOUTH (CBS) – For the second straight day, the Steamship Authority announced that a vessel employee has tested positive for coronavirus. As a result, changes were made to Sunday’s schedule. The Steamship Authority did not disclose the employee’s position. The employee recently worked on the M/V Woods Hole and …

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Massachusetts Reports 315 New Coronavirus Cases, 26 Additional Deaths – CBS Boston

[ad_1] BOSTON (CBS) — The Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported 315 new confirmed coronavirus cases and 26 additional deaths in the state Wednesday. The total number of confirmed cases in the state is now 117,085 while the total number of deaths is 8,755. The 7-day weighted average of positive …

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Rhode Island Bachelorette Party Linked To Coronavirus Cluster In Massachusetts – CBS Boston

[ad_1] BOSTON (CBS) — Nineteen out of 20 people who rented a house together in Rhode Island for a wedding event in late July later tested positive for coronavirus, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health said. Seventeen of the attendees were from Massachusetts, according to the state. The Boston Globe …

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Mass. Coronavirus Stats Won’t Be Updated Sunday Due To System Upgrade – CBS Boston

[ad_1] BOSTON (CBS) – The Massachusetts Department of Public Health will not be releasing its daily coronavirus dashboard on Sunday as it completes a planned system upgrade. Normally, coronavirus statistics are released around 4 p.m. each day. Secretary of Health and Human Services Marylou Sudders said last week the data …

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