Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday announced the path forward for the commonwealth, as it enters phase one of reopening businesses shuttered due to the coronavirus.
The plan for Massachusetts was created with help from the governor's reopening advisory board and other state officials. It outlines requirements for four phases, including guidance for individuals, government, employers, employees and the health system. Each phase will last a minimum of three weeks, with the first phase beginning Monday.
Read the Baker administration's full plans here.
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