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MA Governor Extends Non-Essential Business Closings Until May 18, 2020

April 29, 2020 Leave a comment

AET Headshot Photo 2019 (M1344539xB1386)By Amanda E. Thibodeau

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker extended his previous emergency order to close non-essential businesses and his stay-at-home advisory until May 18. His previous order closed non-essential businesses until May 4. The press release can be found here.

Along with extending the closure of non-essential businesses, the order also extends the stay-at-home advisory, urging residents to stay at home and limiting all gatherings to 10 people or less until May 18.

Governor Baker also appointed a 17-person re-opening advisory board who will plan a phased re-opening of the state. The new board is comprised of leaders from government, business, and healthcare sectors.

The Morse Employment Law team is following the latest developments related to COVID-19 responses, and will continue to report as appropriate. You can find our complete COVID-19 resource collection here.

MA Governor Extends Non-Essential Business Closings Until May 4, 2020

April 1, 2020 Leave a comment

AET Headshot Photo 2019 (M1344539xB1386)By: Amanda E. Thibodeau

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker extended his previous emergency order to close non-essential businesses and his stay-at-home advisory until May 4. His previous order closed non-essential businesses until April 7.

The new emergency order will take effect at noon on Wednesday, April 1. Governor Baker also extended his order limiting all gatherings to 10 people or less until May 4.

Governor Baker also updated the “COVID-19 Essential Services” list, based on new federal guidance. The new list will also go into effect on April 1 at noon. See the updated list on essential businesses.

The Morse Employment Law team is following the latest developments related to COVID-19 responses, and will continue to report as appropriate.