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Schools, Child Care Centers to Remain Closed

Education Commissioner Jeff Riley stressed that Tuesday's order does not immediately end the school year as districts will be asked to offer remote learning. [Photo: Nicolaus Czarnecki/Boston Herald/Pool]

Massachusetts school buildings will remain closed to students for the rest of this school year and non-emergency child care programs will stay shuttered until June 29, Gov. Charlie Baker announced Tuesday, the latest dramatic steps aimed at preventing a rebound in COVID-19 transmission.

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Latest COVID-19 Figures in Mass.

Data as of 5 p.m. Thursday.
New Confirmed Cases153248
Total Confirmed Cases766,883
Total Deaths18,729
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