By Bob Katzen
Governor Baker urged travelers who are thinking of visiting the Bay State to reconsider and stay home.
“We’re asking that folks considering travel to Massachusetts for whatever reason, do not travel to our communities, especially if you have symptoms,” Baker said at a press conference. He added that anyone arriving here via plane or train is advised to self-quarantine for 14 days. “I would call it at this point instruction and advisory,” Baker said. “There is no enforcement mechanism.”
Baker also gave a thumbs down to President Donald Trump’s statement that he would like to see the U.S. economy of the United States reopen for business by Easter Sunday on April 12. “We’re not going to be up and running by Easter. No.” the governor said as he ended the press conference.