Coronavirus Messages To Be Shared In Boston Using Sound Trucks

Boston is deploying trucks around the city to share coronavirus safety messages.

Coronavirus Messages To Be Shared In Boston Using Sound Trucks

BOSTON (CBS) – Starting at noon, sound trucks will be making their way through Boston neighborhoods broadcasting a message about the coronavirus.

“Mayor Walsh has declared a public health emergency in the city of Boston. Stay home as much as you can. Wash your hands often. Cover your face when out, and keep your distance from others,” he message says.

The message urges people to visit the city’s coronavirus website or call 311 for more information.

A truck that will share coronavirus safety messages in Boston. (Image Credit: City Of Boston)

The message will be broadcast in seven languages.

The trucks will focus on neighborhoods with higher infection rates than other parts of the city.

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NH Spring Turkey Season Will Open With Coronavirus Precautions

New Hampshire's spring turkey hunting season will open with some recommended precautions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

NH Spring Turkey Season Will Open With Coronavirus Precautions

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire’s spring turkey hunting season will open with some recommended precautions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the state Fish and Game Department said.

The youth turkey hunt will take place the weekend of Saturday April 25, and Sunday, April 26. The spring hunt will open on May 1 and run through May 31.

Hunting locally is recommended and hunters should opt for day trips rather than traveling to camp, the department said. Hunters should venture out alone or with immediate family members from the same household only.

“Hunters must also be aware of the increased number of people recreating in the outdoors this spring—it is more important than ever to be absolutely sure of your target and what lies beyond it,” the department said in a news release. “Hunters are strongly encouraged to maximize pre-season scouting and be prepared with back-up locations if their desired spot is busy with other outdoor enthusiasts during the spring turkey season.”

Hunters are encouraged to register their birds online.

Last year, spring turkey hunters harvested 5,092 birds.

Detailed information regarding the 2020 spring and fall turkey seasons is available at: https://www.wildlife.state.nh.us/hunting/turkey.html.

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