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There have been 12,731 confirmed cases of #COVID19  in Boston. It is critical everyone keeps practicing social & physical distancing during reopening. It will reduce your risk of getting the virus. Wear a face covering in public, stay 6 feet apart and wash your hands often.

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After surviving 2 world wars, Boston Marathon is stopped in its tracks by social distancing

Mayor Walsh has unveiled new bike lanes for social distancing that will soon circle much of Boston Common and the Public Garden.

There have been 12,634 confirmed cases of #COVID19  in Boston. It is critical everyone keeps practicing social & physical distancing during reopening. It will reduce your risk of getting the virus. Wear a face covering in public, stay 6 feet apart and wash your hands often.

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BOSTON (AP) — Organizers canceled the Boston Marathon on Thursday for the first time in its history, bowing to the social distancing requirements of the coronavirus outbreak and ending a 124-year run that had persisted through two World Wars, a…

There have been 12,521 confirmed cases of #COVID19  in Boston. We need everyone to keep practicing social & physical distancing during reopening. It will reduce your risk of getting the virus. #Stayhome  as much as possible. Wear a face covering in public and wash your hands often.

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This morning Mayor@marty_walsh  joined us live to talk about Boston’s road to reopening. He says people will have to continue to practice social distancing and wear masks. Full interview here: @nbcboston 

PHOTOS: Social distancing guidelines have led to the cancellation many of the usual ceremonies honoring the state's fallen veterans. Not a wreath-laying ceremony at the Boston Common, though, which Gov. Baker attended this morning.

Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh again implored residents to comply with COVID-19 safety protocols, including social-distancing and wearing masks, on Friday.

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Watch this robot patrol a park to encourage social distancing. Spot, a four-legged "dog" designed by Boston Dynamics, is equipped with cameras to estimate the number of parkgoers as well as encourage them to stand at least a meter apart.

Watch this robot patrol a park to encourage social distancing. Spot, a four-legged "dog" designed by Boston Dynamics, is equipped with cameras to estimate the number of parkgoers as well as encourage them to stand at least a meter apart.

Watch this robot patrol a park to encourage social distancing. Spot, a four-legged "dog" designed by Boston Dynamics, is equipped with cameras to estimate the number of parkgoers as well as encourage them to stand at least a meter apart.

Watch this robot patrol a park to encourage social distancing. Spot, a four-legged "dog" designed by Boston Dynamics, is equipped with cameras to estimate the number of parkgoers as well as encourage them to stand at least a meter apart.

Watch this robot patrol a park to encourage social distancing. Spot, a four-legged "dog" designed by Boston Dynamics, is equipped with cameras to estimate the number of parkgoers as well as encourage them to stand at least a meter apart.

Watch this robot patrol a park to encourage social distancing. Spot, a four-legged "dog" designed by Boston Dynamics, is equipped with cameras to estimate the number of parkgoers as well as encourage them to stand at least a meter apart.

Watch this robot patrol a park to encourage social distancing. Spot, a four-legged "dog" designed by Boston Dynamics, is equipped with cameras to estimate the number of parkgoers as well as encourage them to stand at least a meter apart.

Watch this robot patrol a park to encourage social distancing. Spot, a four-legged "dog" designed by Boston Dynamics, is equipped with cameras to estimate the number of parkgoers as well as encourage them to stand at least a meter apart.

Boston, Minneapolis, Oakland and other U.S. cities are temporarily closing stretches of roadway to auto traffic in hopes of giving pedestrians and cyclists more room for social distancing

Bars and restaurants have been shut down in South Boston Sunday, according to officials, after crowds flocking to the establishments this weekend caused concern that residents were not practicing safe social distancing amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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