Once a coronavirus hot spot, Massachusetts was seen as a model for infection control this summer as coronavirus cases and deaths dwindled. Now, experts are warning the state could be headed for a bleak winter.
By Alanna Durkin Richer, Steve LeBlanc, Associated Press
Once UMass Amherst “started looking at all the logistics of how this would work,” chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy said, they realized it was going to be too risky and difficult if all the students who were expected to come showed up.
By Dan Sagalyn
As the coronavirus pandemic subsides for now in the hard-hit Northeast, public health officials in the region are warning about another potentially bad summer for EEE virus and other insect-borne illnesses.
By Philip Marcelo, Associated Press
In our news wrap Wednesday, nearly 10,000 people in central Michigan have been ordered out of their homes after flooding breached two dams. A river and connected lakes have topped record levels, and they’re still rising. Also, U.S. marshals in…
By Laura Santhanam
His comments come as other parts of the country begin to reopen. Massachusetts had extended stay-at-home orders until at least May 18…
By Alanna Durkin Richer, Associated Press
Massachusetts has become a hot spot of coronavirus infections, drawing the concern of federal officials and promises of aid from hard-hit New York as the state's death toll prepares to double in less than a week.
By Candice Norwood
“Based on the conversations we’re having every day with our colleagues in the hospital community, we are in the surge,” Gov. Charlie Baker said.
By Dr. Michael Apkon, Joseph Curtatone, Breanna Lungo-Koehn, Dr. Anthony P. Monaco, Dr. Assaad Sayah
In most major cities, there are natural partners that are uniquely suited to help relieve this unprecedented strain from the novel coronavirus pandemic on the hospital system. The key is to get started planning right now.
By Joshua Barajas
Baker is expected to speak at 11 a.m. ET today. Watch his remarks here.
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