As the number of Massachusetts residents testing positive for the COVID-19 virus continues to grow, Representative Ken Gordon (D-Bedford) provided further updates to his district. There were 868 new residents testing positive for the virus in Massachusetts on March 31, the date of this writing, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 6,620. So far, 89 people in the Commonwealth have died from the disease, 33 new fatalities reported today. The vast majority of those who succumbed were elderly or had preexisting health conditions. So far 46,935 patients have been tested.
As soon as she saw the community spread of the COVID-19 virus in Washington State, Bedford Research Foundation’s (“BRF”) Clinical Laboratory Director Dr. Ann Kiessling sprang into action. Just two weeks later, with the help of Representative Ken Gordon (D-Bedford), BRF is processing hundreds of tests each week for patients exhibiting symptoms that could be caused by the COVID-19 virus, or were directly exposed to it.
The Commonwealth’s taxpayers will get a three-month reprieve on the day to file state income tax, and consumers will be able to order beer or wine with a takeout meal, according to updates provided by Representative Ken Gordon (D-Bedford) regarding the State’s efforts to combat COVID-19 and support residents throughout the public health emergency.
Representative Ken Gordon (D-Bedford) provided an update today regarding the State’s efforts to combat COVID-19 and support residents throughout the public health emergency.
Representative Ken Gordon (D-Bedford) and his colleagues in state government implemented new and far-reaching provisions to protect public health and ameliorate the economic repercussions of the COVID-19 emergency in Massachusetts. The number of positive test results rose to 777 on Monday, with 232 cases confirmed in Middlesex County.