Boston has seen its seven day positive test rate jumped to nearly 6% in the past week.

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To you today by Toyota. Toyota's official website for deals Buy a Toyota dot com I'm Laurie Kirby, and here's what's happening. Corona virus is on the rise. It has epidemiologist around the United States concerned about another surge as we head into the colder months in Massachusetts 800 new cases. For a second straight day and rising numbers in Boston. Now, city officials are putting the brakes on in person learning. Let's bring in Jeff Brown for the latest on that lorry. Boston public schools will move to a fully remote learning platform, effective tomorrow on concerns that Corona virus is spreading. In the city. Boston has seen its seven day positive test rate jumped to nearly 6% in the past week. That is up significantly. Some kids had been allowed back in the classroom in recent weeks. But now all students will be making the switch to fully remote learning. It starts tomorrow, and the plan in Boston will keep it in effect until there are two full weeks off falling infection rates. Jeff Brown, W B Z Boston's NewsRadio

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