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Workers load medical aid to be flown in an Air India plane to India.

COVID-19 relief efforts for India gather steam; tech executive Jonathan Bush commits up to $500,000

Several Massachusetts business executives have assembled millions of dollars in medical equipment for India, which they are airlifting to the virus-ravaged country.

Dr. Mohammed Jaleel administered a shot to Keshar Gowthaman, 17, of Arlington during a vaccination clinic in Lexington arranged for high school students and members of the Muslim community at the Muslim American Community Center on May2.

881 confirmed cases, 5 deaths, and 93,199 vaccinations: See today’s new COVID-19 data from Mass.

The state said 19,784 people were estimated to have active cases of the potentially deadly virus, and 459 confirmed coronavirus patients were in the hospital.

People photographed the lilacs at the Arnold Arboretum on Friday.

Mass. will soon have over 4 million residents who’ve gotten at least one dose of the vaccine. So what does that mean?

The state will soon cross the threshold of having more than 4 million residents with at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. But just how important is that benchmark?

Danasia Bennett of Mattapan, receives her first dose of  the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine from Sgt. Santo DellAquila of the Massachusetts Army National Guard at the Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center vaccine clinic at the Prince Hall Grand Lodge on April 20, 2021.

Charts: Mass. continues to make progress in the battle against the coronavirus

How are we doing? Another week of data brought more encouraging signs in the state’s battle against the coronavirus.

The CDC last week released guidelines for operating summer camps during COVID-19. Some experts are calling them too strict.

Is the latest summer camp COVID-19 guidance too strict? Some experts think so

Dr. Ashish K. Jha, dean of the Brown University School of Public Health said he believes the current CDC guidelines for summer camps are "far too stringent." But he also believes those guidelines will change in the coming weeks.

A medical worker held a vial of the Sinopharm's COVID-19 vaccine in Belgrade, Serbia.

WHO panel OKs emergency use of China’s Sinopharm vaccine

The move could pave the way for millions of the doses to reach needy countries through a UN-backed program rolling out coronavirus vaccines.

People wore masks Wednesday in Brookline's Coolidge Corner.

The outdoor mask mandate has been loosened. So why is everyone still wearing them?

Fear of looking like a Trump supporter. Confused about the new rule. Clinging to our security blankets. Masks, we can’t quit you.

Tom McCarthy, executive director of the state's COVID-19 response, addresses the media at the weekly COVID-19 press conference in Providence on April 29.

From supporting US forces in Afghanistan to running Rhode Island’s COVID-19 response

How Thomas McCarthy, the executive director of the state’s COVID-19 Response Team, took the lessons he learned through multiple tours of duty and applied them to the pandemic.