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COVID-19 in Massachusetts: Newest developments

SATURDAY, January 8

• Commuter Rail might be chopping again service for not less than two weeks because of the affect of COVID-19 on its workforce

• Massachusetts Lottery holds 3 COVID vaccine clinics this weekend

• Framingham Public Faculties are suspending extracurricular actions as a result of an increase in COVID circumstances

FRIDAY, January 7

• Massachusetts reviews 26,187 new COVID circumstances, positivity fee rises over 23%

THURSDAY, January 6

• Massachusetts reviews 24,570 new COVID circumstances, positivity fee rises to 22.43%

• 51,100 at Massachusetts faculties check optimistic for COVID-19 in final two weeks

• Massachusetts lawmaker information invoice to make at-home COVID assessments exempt from state gross sales tax

WEDNESDAY, January 5

• Massachusetts reviews 27,612 new COVID circumstances, new single day file

• Massachusetts COVID deaths surpass 20,000

• Fenway Park to reopen as COVID vaccine web site Thursday

• Boston Mayor urges vaccines, boosters as hospitals cope with COVID surge

• DESE says some KN95 masks given to colleges not examined by MIT, as Baker mentioned

• Framingham faculties droop extra-curricular actions for 2 weeks

• Boston superintendent Brenda Cassellius fills in as instructor amid staffing scarcity

• COVID sniffing canine search Norton Center College for traces of virus

TUESDAY, January 4

• COVID sniffing Okay-9s start working in Massachusetts faculties

• Massachusetts reviews 16,621 new COVID-19 circumstances, positivity fee now over 20%

• New Bedford Excessive College, Center College pause sports activities till Friday

• Weymouth Excessive College closed Wednesday as a result of staffing shortages

• Boston seeking to open “higher-capacity testing web site” throughout case surge

• Greater than 1,000 Boston academics, employees out on first day again after winter break

• Massachusetts emergency room docs, nurses say they’re overwhelmed

• Wellesley faculties to resume winter sports activities after pause as a result of COVID circumstances

MONDAY, January 3

• Massachusetts reviews 31,184 new COVID circumstances over 3 days, positivity fee hits new peak

• Gov. Baker and the DESE defend resolution to provide face masks to Mass. academics regardless of examine saying they do not provide a lot safety

• Hospitals in for “tough” January, says UMass Memorial Well being Care president

• FDA permits Pfizer booster pictures for teenagers ages 12-to-15

• 155 Boston faculty staff out sick following winter break

• Baker: “overwhelming majority” of Massachusetts faculties open after winter break, regardless of COVID issues

SATURDAY, January 1, 2022

• Massachusetts begins handing out 227,000 fast COVID-19 check kits for varsity academics, employees

• Over 80 flights canceled from Logan Airport, across the nation as Omicron causes airline staffing shortages



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