Mass. pleading with residents to celebrate New Year’s alone

Mass. pleading with residents to celebrate New Year’s alone

Updated: 10:50 PM EST Dec 30, 2020


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2020 is about to be behind us. A New year can’t come fast enough. Usher did not buy fireworks this year, but by hope that vaccines can finally end the pandemic and the mayor says everyone should celebrate at home. I want to be clear, and I want to ask people to not have New Year’s Eve party this year, Uh, in order not to spread the virus. As Boston reports 569 new confirmed coronavirus cases today, hospitalizations in the city have now surpassed levels seen in June. Travel over Christmas has worried doctors and local leaders that case counts could continue to surge, prompting an emphatic plea from the governor. Aziz, We approach New Year’s to close out 2020. Finally, um, we’re again urging everyone if they can, to stay home

Mass. pleading with residents to celebrate New Year’s alone

Updated: 10:50 PM EST Dec 30, 2020

Boston’s mayor and the governor of Massachusetts made new pleas Wednesday to keep gatherings small, at home, and among people you live with.

Boston’s mayor and the governor of Massachusetts made new pleas Wednesday to keep gatherings small, at home, and among people you live with.

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