Top Boston news: All schools closed through April; dozens of hospital workers test positive; more

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Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Boston.

Dozens of Boston hospital employees test positive for coronavirus

Two Boston hospitals each reported that more than 40 employees have tested positive for coronavirus, though one cautioned that most may not have contracted it at work.

Read the full story on NBC10 Boston.

Boston University researcher warns of prolonged pandemic

A local researcher tracking the COVID-19 outbreak says it may be a while before the virus slows down. He's calling for funding of any vaccine or scientific proposal to combat the coronavirus.

Read the full story on Boston 25 News.

All Bay State schools to remain closed through April

All schools and child care programs across the Commonwealth will remain closed through the end of April, Gov. Charlie Baker announced Wednesday. 

Read the full story on 7News - WHDH Boston.

Bruins owners place 68 salaried employees on leave

The owners of the Boston Bruins and TD Garden announced Wednesday that 68 of their full-time, salaried employees are being placed on temporary leave in the wake of the NHL's shutdown. 

Read the full story on NBC10 Boston.

Delivery drivers concerned about being thrust to front lines of pandemic

With each home a potential coronavirus exposure risk, delivery drivers say they are being thrust to the front lines of the pandemic.

Read the full story on 7News - WHDH Boston.

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