Baker asks visitors to self-quarantine; taxes delayed

CHARLIE BAKER has asked all visitors to the state to self-quarantine for 14 days. The Massachusetts tax deadline has also been delayed to July 15. Above, a man exits a subway station in the Seaport District, in BostonMany people are working from home while many businesses have closed indefinitely because of the coronavirus, leaving portions of the city nearly empty. AP FILE PHOTO/ STEVEN SENNE
CHARLIE BAKER has asked all visitors to the state to self-quarantine for 14 days. The Massachusetts tax deadline has also been delayed to July 15. Above, a man exits a subway station in the Seaport District, in BostonMany people are working from home while many businesses have closed indefinitely because of the coronavirus, leaving portions of the city nearly empty. AP FILE PHOTO/ STEVEN SENNE
BOSTON (AP) – Gov. Charlie Baker said Friday he is asking visitors arriving in Massachusetts to self-quarantine for 14 days as the state tightens its efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The Republican governor said travelers coming into Massachusetts through the state’s airports and by train will be given flyers instructing them about…

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