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Tuesday, April 28, 2020

麻州居家令限制延至5月18日

麻州州長查理貝克(Charlie Baker)。(州長辦公室檔案照片)
             (Boston Orange)麻州政府今(28)日中午宣佈,基本服務緊急命令,勸諭居家令以及集會限10人以下等限制的效期,延至518日。麻州政府成立了17人顧問委員會研討重新開放計畫。
            關於基本服務命令,麻州州長查理貝克的要求是,和為COVID-19提供基本服務無關的企業,實體工作場所必須關門,直到518日止。
                 不在基本服務名單上的企業或組織,應藉由遠距等方式持續營運。
               勸諭居家令部分,麻州州長查理貝克宣佈,公共衛生廳的勸諭居家令仍然有效。強烈勸導民眾留在家哩,避免不必要的外出,或個人接觸。有可能暴露在COVID-19之下的高危人士,應盡量減少和其他人有社交互動。
                  麻州政府行政部門雇員也將須持續遵守疫情期間的指導原則,非核心功能工作人員,可以遠距工作的就應持續遠距工作,直至518日。
                 麻州州長查理貝克(Charlie Baker)今日也宣佈,成立17人的重新開放顧問委員會,由麻州付州長白莉朵(Karyn Polito)和住宅及經濟發展長Mike Kennealy擔任共同主席,為麻州的根據衛生及安全準則,做階段性經濟重新開放提供策略。
                 這顧問委員會將在未來3週,和各界主要人士會晤,請教意見,並在518日前提交包括麻州公共衛生廳批准的工作場所安全標準,工業框架,顧客準則,以及和市鎮領袖協調實施機制等的報告。這份報告是518日到期繳交,但來自醫療護理專家的公共安全數據及指導原則,才是重新開放過程時間表的依據。
              17人顧問委員會,包括麻州公共衛生廳廳長Monica Bharel博士在內的3名公共衛生官員,3名市鎮官員,以及包括麻州交通廳廳長Stephanie Pollack在內的11名企業領導。
            重新開放顧問委員會成員包括:
·       Aron Ain, CEO, Kronos Inc & Ultimate Software
·       Carlo Zaffanella, Vice President and General Manager, Maritime & Strategic Systems, General Dynamics Mission Systems
·       Corey Thomas, CEO, Rapid 7
·       Daniel Rivera, Mayor, City of Lawrence
·       Rochelle Walensky, MD, MPH, Massachusetts General Hospital
·       Girish Navani, CEO and Co-Founder, eClinicalWorks
·       Joe Bahena, Senior Vice President, Joseph Abboud Manufacturing
·       Kathryn Burton, Chief of Staff, City of Boston
·       Laurie Leshin, Ph.D., President, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
·       Linda Markham, President, Cape Air
·       Mark Keroack, President & CEO, Baystate Health
·       Monica Bharel, Ph.D., Commissioner, Department of Public Health
·       Nicole LaChapelle, Mayor, City of Easthampton
·       Pamela Everhart, Head of Regional Public Affairs and Community Relations, Fidelity Investments 
·       Stephanie Pollack, Transportation Secretary and CEO
·       Steve DiFillippo, CEO, Davios Restaurants
·       Wendy Hudson, Owner, Nantucket Book Partner

Baker-Polito Administration Extends Non-Essential Business Closures to May 18th, Announces Reopening Advisory Board
Gatherings of 10 or more prohibited until May 18th, Stay at Home Advisory Remains in Effect
  
BOSTON – Today, the Baker-Polito Administration extended the essential services emergency order to May 18th and launched a Reopening Advisory Board that will produce a plan to the Governor by May 18th. The Administration also announced that the Department of Public Health’s Stay At Home Advisory remains in effect and gatherings of 10 or more people remain prohibited until May 18th

Essential Services Order: Governor Charlie Baker’s emergency order requiring that all businesses and organizations that do not provide “COVID-19 Essential Services” close their physical workplaces and facilities to workers, customers and the public will be extended until May 18th. Businesses and organizations not on the list of essential services are encouraged to continue operations through remote means that do not require workers, customers, or the public to enter or appear at the brick-and-mortar premises closed by the order. This order also extends the existing ban on gatherings of more than 10 people until May 18th.

Stay at Home Advisory: Governor Charlie Baker announced that the Department of Public Health’s stay-at-home advisory will remain in effect. Residents are strongly urged to stay home and avoid unnecessary travel and other unnecessary person to person contact during this time period. Residents who are considered at high risk when exposed to COVID-19 should limit social interactions with other people as much as possible.

Executive Branch Employee Guidance: The Baker-Polito Administration today also extended the guidance issued to Executive Branch employees on protocol during the COVID-19 outbreak to ensure state government can continue to provide key services while protecting the health and safety of the public and the Executive Branch workforce. Under the guidance, all employees performing non-core functions who are able to work remotely should continue to do so until May 18th.

Reopening Advisory Board: Today, Governor Baker announced the formation of the Reopening Advisory Board, which will be Co-Chaired by Lt. Governor Karyn Polito and Housing and Economic Development Secretary Mike Kennealy. The Board brings public health officials together with leaders from the business community and municipal government from across the Commonwealth. This group is charged with advising the administration on strategies to reopen the economy in phases based on health and safety metrics. It will meet with key stakeholders and solicit input from a variety of constituencies over the next three weeks to develop a report by May 18th that will include DPH approved workplace safety standards, industry frameworks and customer protocols and guidelines, including enforcement mechanisms and coordination with municipal leaders. This report is due on the 18th, but the administration has made clear that public health data and guidance from health care experts will dictate the timeline of the re-opening process.

The 17-member Advisory Board is composed of three public health officials, including Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Monica Bharel, three municipal officials, and eleven leaders from the business community, including MassDOT Secretary and CEO Stephanie Pollack. Members of the Advisory Board bring a range of perspectives to the table, such as an understanding of workplaces and workforces and insights into key areas like financial markets, education, manufacturing and transportation.

Reopening Advisory Board Members:

·       Aron Ain, CEO, Kronos Inc & Ultimate Software

·       Carlo Zaffanella, Vice President and General Manager, Maritime & Strategic Systems, General Dynamics Mission Systems

·       Corey Thomas, CEO, Rapid 7

·       Daniel Rivera, Mayor, City of Lawrence

·       Rochelle Walensky, MD, MPH, Massachusetts General Hospital

·       Girish Navani, CEO and Co-Founder, eClinicalWorks

·       Joe Bahena, Senior Vice President, Joseph Abboud Manufacturing

·       Kathryn Burton, Chief of Staff, City of Boston

·       Laurie Leshin, Ph.D., President, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

·       Linda Markham, President, Cape Air

·       Mark Keroack, President & CEO, Baystate Health

·       Monica Bharel, Ph.D., Commissioner, Department of Public Health

·       Nicole LaChapelle, Mayor, City of Easthampton

·       Pamela Everhart, Head of Regional Public Affairs and Community Relations, Fidelity Investments 

·       Stephanie Pollack, Transportation Secretary and CEO

·       Steve DiFillippo, CEO, Davios Restaurants

·       Wendy Hudson, Owner, Nantucket Book Partners

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