Gov. Charlie Baker says industries in Massachusetts have “pretty much” remained in the same phases of the state’s reopening plan as they were when the four-phase approach to easing coronavirus restrictions was first detailed last month. But there is one notable exception. Last week, the administration quietly moved bars without food service from Phase 3 to Phase 4 in the latest revision of the reopening plan, grouping them in the same category as dance clubs, night clubs, and other large venues where the risk of spreading COVID-19 is greatest.
Link: Massachusetts bars moved to the last phase of the state’s reopening plan