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BOSTON, MA - MARCH 26: The Commonwealth Mall on March 26, 2020 in Boston, United States. Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker required all non-essential businesses to close on Tuesday and requested the population to stay home as much as possible. (Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images)

In Massachusetts, we’re now well into Phase 3 of reopening during the Coronavirus crisis. And with more and more businesses opening, accountability is key.


On Monday, July 13, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker lauded the “thousands of businesses” abiding by the health and safety standards that have accompanied the state’s reopening. He went on to say: “But in cases where people believe safety protocols are not being observed,” the public can now use a variety of resources to ensure compliance.


It’s all laid out on the new Reopening: COVID-19 Compliance website. Workplace safety standards are outlined, and resources are provided to contact your local Board of Health if you come across a business that’s out of compliance.


We only have once chance to get this right, so let’s stay vigilant. Wear your mask, keep your distance, and let’s keep the curve flat.