Massachusetts bars moved to the last phase of the state’s reopening plan

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.

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