Starting on May 25, office spaces in Massachusetts can reopen at 25% of capacity — except in Boston — and retail establishments can offer curbside service. Personal services like barbershops and hair salons may be permitted to reopen if they follow the new guidelines.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker said in addition to reopening manufacturing facilities and construction sites, places of worship will also be permitted to reopen today.
Each phase is expected to last at least three weeks and there will be four phases total, the governor said.