Are Gov. Baker's Latest Coronavirus Measures Enough?

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A woman walks down Park Street during the snow storm. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)
A woman walks down Park Street during the snow storm. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)

Here is the Radio Boston rundown for Dec. 23. Tiziana Dearing is our host.

  • We get reaction from Dr. Ashish Jha to Gov. Baker's latest coronavirus restrictions, which include rolling back businesses and religious services to 25% of their capacity and limiting indoor gatherings to 10 people and outdoor ones to 25. Then, we continue to examine opinions about the restrictions and whether the Commonwealth is handling the pandemic effectively right now by taking listener calls with analysts Michael Curry and Ed Lyons.
  • As part of Year in Review, we discuss music in 2020 and take listener calls with local music legends Melissa Ferrick and Prince Charles Alexander.
  • The latest installment in our Living Through Corona series focuses on David Johnson, who has been one of Bedford's Santas since 1983. The Town of Bedford's Community Santa Program is in its 75th year, and gives any Bedford household that wants it the experience of having Santa visit the children on Christmas Eve. This year's program is going on despite the pandemic — virtually.

This program aired on December 23, 2020.


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