Gyms, museums, casinos to reopen; but a week later in Boston

COMING BACK: Violin Viiv performs as 3-year-old Nola Davidson dances at Faneuil Hall Marketplace, one of Boston's most popular tourist destinations, as it reopens to the public, Wednesday, July 1, 2020, in Boston. The market, which includes several buildings of retail outlets and restaurants and lined with cobblestone walkways, was closed in March because of the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)
BOSTON (AP) — Gyms, casinos, museums, movie theaters and guided tours are some of the businesses and cultural activities that can begin welcoming back customers and visitors in Massachusetts as the state launches Phase 3 of its reopening plan on July 6. In order to open, the facilities will have to meet specific safety protocols,…

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