Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker declared a State of Emergency on Tuesday, March 10th due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. Baker made the announcement during a press conference at the State House.
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At this time, there is no information available as to when the State of Emergency will be lifted.
As of 4pm on Tuesday, March 10th, health officials said there are 51 new cases, bringing the state’s total of positive tests to 92. Of those cases, 70 were connected to a Biogen employee conference at the Marriott Long Wharf in Boston at the end of February.