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Here's What To Expect As Mass. Doctors Reopen For Routine Medical Care

WBUR, May 26, 2020
Going to see your primary care provider, having an MRI or a colonoscopy, and being admitted to a hospital - all of these experiences will be different now on because of the coronavirus. Read more »

Impact of Coronavirus on Community Health Centers

KFF, May 20, 2020
Community health centers are a national network of safety net primary care providers that fill an important role in national, state, and local responses to the coronavirus pandemic. Read more »

Walk-Up Docs Donated to Low-Income Areas for Coronavirus Testing

NBC Boston, May 14, 2020
A Portsmouth-based company donated several Walk-Up Docs, a booth that enhances safety while administering a coronavirus tests, to low-income areas. Read more »

State opens COVID-19 rooms at Worcester hotel

Telegraph, May 11, 2020
WORCESTER - The state began running a temporary shelter Monday at a local hotel, for homeless and low-income individuals and families who have tested positive for COVID-19. Read more »

Coronavirus in Massachusetts: Mass League of Community Health Centers to launch public awareness campaign

News10, May 08, 2020
BOSTON ( - In partnership with the Mass League of Community Health Centers, the Baker-Polito Administration today announced an upcoming new COVID-19 public awareness campaign, "New Tools, New Rules - Same Great Care." Read more »

Pandemic Creates Opportunity For Telehealth To Catch On

WBUR, May 08, 2020
The use of telehealth services in Massachusetts has "expanded exponentially" as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Health and Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders said Friday. Read more »

Massachusetts coronavirus data 'encouraging' but Gov. Charlie Baker in no rush to reopen

Boston Herald, May 08, 2020
Coronavirus data appears to be trending in the right direction, Gov. Charlie Baker said Friday, though he indicated he was in no rush to join his counterparts across New England in easing restrictions just yet. Read more »

Warren, Pressley Push For More Community Health Center Funding

WGBH, May 08, 2020
More than 100 Democratic members of Congress sent a letter to the top leaders of the House and Senate Thursday urging they support additional funding for the nation’s community health centers. Read more »

After Weeks Of Social Distancing, COVID-19 Hospitalizations In Mass. See A Slight But Steady Drop

WBUR, May 04, 2020
In the last two weeks, the number of Massachusetts patients in the hospital for COVID-19 has slowly but steadily ebbed. Read more »