Factories, construction sites and houses of worship could be among the first to receive green lights when Gov. Charlie Baker unveils a plan to ease coronavirus restrictions in Massachusetts Monday.
The Baker Administration informed some municipal leaders of their plans over the weekend. The Metropolitan Area Planning Council shared the details with member communities, telling them it expects manufacturing, real estate development and religious gatherings to resume — with limitations — right away.
Amid mounting anticipation, Baker has said not to expect a complete economic reopening but rather a gradual process that will unfold in four phases.