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BOSTON — The State House may reopen to visitors as soon as February, but access to the people's house could be limited to those who are vaccin…
Federal trials in Massachusetts will be suspended at least through Feb. 11 due to the omicron surge.
Slower economic growth normally has a negative impact on everything from the stock and bond markets to interest rates and employment. How this ultimately will affect the economy in the months ahead is a question worrying every trader and portfolio manager in the financial markets.
Nearly two years since the first case of COVID-19 was officially detected in Massachusetts, the biggest question hanging over the state's economy remains the continued uncertainty of the global pandemic.
It is unclear what kind of effect this is having on staffing levels.
They lined up, hoping another shot, or a first, will help end the ongoing tragedy.
As students returned to classes Monday amid a continued surge in COVID-19 cases, Gov. Charlie Baker kicked off his week with an early morning news conference where he forecast "a challenging period of time."
The Omicron variant has created a lot of havoc for the college basketball season as the end of the calendar year nears. Williams College, for instance, will return to the court after the holiday but only in-house fans will be allowed to attend.
The new coronavirus variant’s spread has implications for the hospital system in the coming months, but Berkshire Health Systems leaders are confident that they will be able to manage any rise in cases this holiday season.
The Baker administration on Tuesday will instruct Massachusetts hospitals to postpone or cancel all nonessential elective procedures likely to admit patients and will activate up to 500 National Guard personnel to help staff facilities in need amid a spike in COVID cases.