Gov. Baker extends Mass. school closures through end of April

MASS. GOV. Charlie Baker has odered schools and non-emergency child care programs in Massachusetts to remain closed through the end of April. / AP FILE PHOTO/BEN GARVER/THE BERKSHIRE EAGLE
MASS. GOV. Charlie Baker has odered schools and non-emergency child care programs in Massachusetts to remain closed through the end of April. / AP FILE PHOTO/BEN GARVER/THE BERKSHIRE EAGLE
BOSTON (AP) – Gov. Charlie Baker is ordering schools and nonemergency child care programs in Massachusetts to remain closed through the end of April as the state works to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Baker had earlier ordered schools to close through April 6, but said the extended closure until May 4 will let…

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