Nightside with Dan Rea - Rundown for July 23, 2020

School Bus Guidelines. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education in Massachusetts released new transportation guidelines this week for returning to school this Fall. Part of the guidelines to ensure safe bus operations include: one student per bench, open windows at all times, seat assignments, passenger limits, and mask wearing for everyone. As a parent, are you satisfied with these guidelines for school busing? Would you send your child onto the bus this Fall?

Chatham Takes A Hit. Chatham, Massachusetts has seen a spike in COVID-19 cases after a local party attended by local restaurant workers resulted in 10 positive cases of contracting COVID-19. As a result, numerous local restaurants have had to close and or change their operations during their summer busy season. What is the largest party or gathering you would currently attend amid this pandemic?

BLM in the MLB. Major League Baseball is giving players the option of wearing a “Black Lives Matter” or “United for Change” sleeve patch on opening day of the fan-less pandemic-delayed season. Teams will also be able to stencil an inverted MLB logo with “BLM” or “United for Change” on the back of the pitcher’s mound during opening weekend games. Each player will also be allowed to use a Black Lives Matter batting practice T-shirt and the League is lifting cleat restrictions allowing players to put messages for social justice and causes on their spikes. Are you in favor of this decision coming out of MLB?

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