Mass. stay-at-home advisory extended to May 18

MASS. GOV. Charlie Baker has extended the state's stay-at-home advisory due to COVID-19 from May 4 until May 18. All nonessential businesses will also remain closed until the new deadline./ AP FILE PHOTO/STEVEN SENNE
MASS. GOV. Charlie Baker has extended the state's stay-at-home advisory due to COVID-19 from May 4 until May 18. All nonessential businesses will also remain closed until the new deadline./ AP FILE PHOTO/STEVEN SENNE
BOSTON (AP) – Gov. Charlie Baker is extending Massachusetts’ stay-at-home advisory from May 4 until May 18 as the state continues to battle the spread of the coronavirus. All nonessential businesses will also remain closed until the new deadline, Baker said Tuesday. While the state has made progress combating COVID-19, the disease caused by the…

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