BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts reported six newly confirmed and probable deaths linked to COVID-19 Monday — bringing the number of confirmed and probable deaths to 8,741 since the start of the pandemic.
A Boston suburb is ordering everyone over two to wear face coverings in public. The order taking effect Monday in Everett comes as cities around Boston deal with a spike in coronavirus cases.
Mayor Carlo DeMaria said the new rules require masks in indoor and outdoor public spaces. Violators face a $300 fine.
Cape Cod towns are increasingly limiting capacity at beach parking lots or restricting certain beaches to residents only.
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