Gov. Baker orders nonessential businesses closed over virus

MASS. GOV. CHARLIE BAKER has ordered all nonessential businesses to close by Tuesday afternoon and remain closed until at least April 7. / AP FILE PHOTO/BEN GARVER/THE BERKSHIRE EAGLE
MASS. GOV. CHARLIE BAKER has ordered all nonessential businesses to close by Tuesday afternoon and remain closed until at least April 7. / AP FILE PHOTO/BEN GARVER/THE BERKSHIRE EAGLE
BOSTON (AP) – Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker ordered all nonessential businesses to close by Tuesday afternoon and remain closed until at least April 7 in an effort to slow down the spread of the new coronavirus. The Republican governor also said Monday the state Department of Health has issued a stay-at-home advisory, but stressed that…

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