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List of restaurants that have closed permanently. Municipalities that do not meet this standard and those municipalities that do not exceed the lowest risk metric later on, should return to Step 1 of Phase III. The order suspends certain legal provisions that require a nursing assistant in the state of Massachusetts to complete nursing assistant training within 90 days of starting employment. The order will allow some Phase II employers to bring employees back before the start of Phase II.
Massachusetts Department of Public Health Commissioner Monica Bharel issued an order, effective immediately and until the state of emergency is ended. All companies listed in Phases I, II and III, Step 1, must continue to follow industry-specific COVID-19 approved workplace safety regulations. BOSTON (WWLP) — On Tuesday, the Baker-Polito Administration announced that Massachusetts will reopen some Phase 4, Step 2 outdoor industries starting May 10 and has set out plans for a new reopening on May 29 and August 1. The state's move to Phase 4, Step 1 of its March 22 reopening plan would allow large indoor and outdoor spaces to begin accepting fans and attendees, if local jurisdictions allow it as well.
Beginning Monday, March 22, all Massachusetts communities moved to Step 1 of Phase 4 of the state's reopening plan. The federal program offers up to 39 weeks of unemployment benefits for those who are unable to work due to a reason related to COVID-19 but who are not eligible for regular unemployment benefits, including self-employed workers, independent contractors and those with limited work history. Massachusetts on Monday relaxed some restrictions on restaurants, live performance venues and other businesses as the state moved to Phase 3, Step 2 of its reopening plan amid a continued decline in daily coronavirus cases. Massachusetts remains the first in the country in terms of first doses of vaccines and total doses administered per capita, among states with more than 5 million people.
The Commonwealth will reopen some Phase 4, Step 2 outdoor industries, including amusement parks, theme parks and outdoor water parks, which will be allowed to operate at 50% capacity after submitting safety plans to the Department of Public Health. The government of the state of Massachusetts announced that the vaccines will be delivered in phases as recommended by the federal government. These collection limitations do not apply to businesses that comply with the Department of Labor Standards Issued Indoor and Outdoor Event Guidance, or to Phase I, II, III companies that meet industry-specific safety standards and capacity limitations. Large stadiums, such as indoor and outdoor stadiums, stadiums and baseball stadiums that are currently open as part of Phase 4, Step 1 to 12%, will be able to increase capacity to 25%.