Gov. Baker leaves door open for Massachusetts businesses to reopen before end of June if COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations decline –

Gov. Charlie Baker’s announcement extending school and daycare closures through June confirmed that the road to reopening Massachusetts will be much longer and more arduous than officials initially thought, but there’s hope that businesses and agencies won’t be shuttered for that long.  The Republican governor, who constantly stresses the need to “flatten the curve,” said students would not return to classes the rest of the school year and that non-emergency daycare services would remain closed through June 29. But he also left the door open to reopening some parts of the state before then, noting the daycare closures don’t affect all workers.

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