With vaccination rates continuing apace and infection rates trending downward, Gov. Charlie Baker announced plans this week to continue reopening businesses in Massachusetts and phase out the final set of restrictions over the course of this spring and summer.
If all goes according to plan, Massachusetts will lift virtually all COVID-19 restrictions by August — with the exception of the mask mandate for indoor public settings — and many sectors will see limits relaxed over the course of May. However, the state’s largest city, Boston, is delaying most aspects of the process by three weeks due to its dense neighborhoods and business districts, and other cities and towns have
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