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Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla addressed Babson College graduates on Saturday.

Pfizer CEO urges Babson graduates to aim high

Albert Bourla says the drug maker “needed to think far out of the box and design completely new ways of working” to develop and manufacture its COVID-19 vaccine.

Dennis White.

Timeline: The troubled history of Dennis White

Investigations by the Globe into the Boston Police Commissioner's past have revealed allegations of abuse and other concerns.

Charts: Who has been vaccinated in Massachusetts, and how many doses has the state received?

The charts break down vaccination recipients by age, vaccination date, location, and race/ethnicity, while also outlining vaccination brand and administration site type.

The latest COVID-19 numbers from Massachusetts

Here's a look at the latest coronavirus numbers in Massachusetts, including case numbers, deaths, demographics, and more.

People waited for the COVID-19 vaccination at LGH location at the Crossroads River Center on Pawtucket Boulevard in Lowell on Thursday.

376 hospitalized, 18 deaths, and 67,558 vaccinations: See today’s new COVID-19 data from Mass.

The number of people fully vaccinated — with either two shots of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccines or one shot of the Johnson & Johnson — rose to 3,134,645.

University of Massachusetts Amherst students danced to the university's anthem during the commencement ceremony.

UMass Amherst chancellor praises graduates for persevering through year’s struggles

With nearly empty stands and participants seated in folding chairs 6 feet apart, the University of Massachusetts Amherst feted 6,500 graduate and undergraduate students in five different ceremonies Thursday and Friday.

A sign outside the mass vaccination site at the Hynes Convention Center.

See how Massachusetts’ COVID-19 risk map has evolved week-by-week

Massachusetts’ weekly public health reports show how town-by-town risk for coronavirus spread has fluctuated over a period stretching from mid-October to early April.

These 6 Massachusetts communities are at high risk for COVID-19

This week’s total marks the fifth week in a row that the number of high-risk communities has dropped.