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Great article today from the State House New Service: "Coronavirus is going to be with us for a long time here in Massachusetts, and the criteria that the Massachusetts Public Health Association is laying out is the underpinning of an equitable and safe response that we need in Massachusetts," said Dr. Regina LaRocque, an infectious disease specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital. Read the full article here: docs.google.com/document/d/11CREew-JXkXLpAGwKFg6kSdE11L-8zW0LdnRFXQ39kw/edit ... See MoreSee Less
At a time when people are rightly focused on systemic racism, @MassGovernor's decision to begin Phase 2 of "the reopening" on Monday — and the way it was made without listening to those most impacted by #COVIDー19 — is simply outrageous. #thread
Phase 2 of COVID-19 plan to begin Monday in Mass. with retail stores, camps, day cares all free to open, along with outdoor dining - The Boston Globe
The start of the second phase of the state‘s reopening plan will provide a semblance of normalcy â while retaining social distancing and ot...
Our statement on @MassGovernor’s annoucment about the start of phase two next week:
"The challenge is we as people have not been deemed essential, just our work," said @BostonAtyia , of the @BlackBOSCOVID .
Coalition Calls For No Mass. Reopening Until Workers Have Enough PPE To Be Safe On The Job
A group of doctors, union leaders and community and public health advocates on Thursday demanded the administration ensure that at-risk populations, i...
(1/2) Great article today in @NYDailyNews--"Protesters are in the streets demonstrating against police brutality and white supremacy not because they are indifferent to the risk of COVID-19. They are doing what they can to protect themselves and their communities precisely..."
We will not accept a reopening at the expense of workers, particularly low-wage workers & Black + Latinx communities! @MassGovernor, we demand an #equitablereopening! #COVID19MA #reopening #mapoli