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  • With cases rising, is Massachusetts avoiding a lockdown because it doesn’t have to, or can’t afford to?

    Boston Globe - 11/13/2020

    The reality, said Alan Clayton-Matthews, a professor of economics and public policy at Northeastern University, is that businesses won’t really bounce back until the virus gets knocked down, and that could be an argument to take another hit, hopefully for just a few weeks, and shut down more fully.

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