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Senator Markey calls for halt to deportations, release of immigrants and closure of immigration courts

The following is a press release from Senator Markey’s office: Senator Markey Calls on DHS to Halt Deportations, Release Immigrants from Detention U.S. immigration detention centers have been called a “[public health] disaster waiting to happen,” due to their crowded conditions and Immigration and Custom Enforcement’s history of medical neglect …

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Freetown sees first case of COVID-19

According to the Town of Freetown, a resident in Freetown has tested presumptive positive for COVID-19. The town said in a statement that the resident is currently in quarantine now and has been for a few days now. The Town wanted to remind residents to make sure they are practicing …

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Massachusetts DPH announces that Mass 211 will now provide real-time COVID-19 info, resources, and referrals

With a lot of uncertainties in the upcoming days and weeks, we wanted to remind all service providers about Mass 211, which is the 24/7 statewide information and referral line available in 140+ languages that connects callers with critical social service programs and organizations in their local community year-round. The …

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