Seen@ The Non Profit organizations The CREW and The Black Men of Greater Springfield, Inc. donation of masks, gloves, toilet paper and bed sheets for the senior citizens at the Wellington at Springfield Assisted Living Facility on April 22nd. The Most Rev. Bob and Sue Lindesey have introduced a new way for families and friends to eat together as well as promoting social distancing called "EAT Lunch Between 2 Windshields." The community has been helping to keep the theater’s lights on, but Bramante says now is the time to turn the projectors back on. Starting Monday, May 25, primary care physicians, dentists and other health care providers will be allowed to resume some operations. Karyn Polito. Steve Walsh, president of the Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association, said in a statement that the governor’s plan strikes the right balance between public health and economic recovery. Memorial Day events will also be allowed to happen as scheduled if organizers can find a way to keep people six feet apart and ensure everyone is masked, Baker said. Since mid-March, doctors have been limited to seeing patients only for care that could not be delayed, such as emergency dental work, fracture care and treatment of serious medical conditions. Those will occur in Phase 3. The Duddie Massad Emergency and Trauma Center was named in Massad’s honor after he gave UMass Memorial Medical Center a $12.5 million donation. Casinos, bars and museums are also in this phase. Health clubs and gyms are among the last businesses to be reopened. Subscribe to MassLive. These dispensaries cannot do deliveries under the current plan. He is cleaning, preparing the concession stand for clear barriers, and updating the ticketing system. Visitors and employees must have access to a sink with running water and soap. Baker previously said he was hesitant to allow recreational marijuana to stay open during the non-essential business closures because the dispensaries could attract out-of-state customers. When, when, when,” said Goldberg. Outdoor services are encouraged. Now, hospitals and community health centers have been given the OK from the state to resume a “limited set of in-person preventative, diagnostic and treatment services.”. “In that reserved seating that has social distancing built-in, so folks will buy their ticket or we’ll sell them at the box office and they’ll be placed, social distanced throughout the theater,” said Bramante. See The CBS Holiday Special Schedule, Forget Bruce Arians: Antonio Brown Is The Problem For Tom Brady's Offense In Tampa Bay, 4 Missing Fishermen Identified From Sunken Boat 'The Emmy Rose', Norwegian Company Believes 'Bubble Curtain' Could Reduce Impact Of Tropical Storms, Body Found In Florida Believed To Be Missing Mashpee Teen Jalajhia Finklea, 6 High School Students From Across U.S. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Advance Local. The Baker administration’s plan for reopening the Massachusetts economy came into focus Monday, with the announcement of what businesses would be allowed to reopen, including both when and how. Restaurant and hospitality stakeholders met May 15 to develop procedures for opening hotels and restaurants in the second phase. Nail salons will be able to reopen their doors with new restrictions during phase 2. Clients will have to wait outside for their appointments and inside it’ll look a lot different with dividers and reduced capacity. It’s still unclear what the capacity limits will be at theaters during Phase Three. Nail salons and day spas are set to reopen during part two of Phase Two, which could start as early as next week. Help fund crucial watchdog journalism. (Stephanie Zollshan/The Berkshire Eagle via AP)AP.