A sign on top of a table next to a plant that reads "Face Mask Required"

How to Notify Your Clients of Your Ongoing Mask Policy

With Massachusetts rescinding the mask mandate for all industries – except for health care facilities and public transit – businesses no longer have to enforce face coverings. However, COVID-19 remains a very real threat, and masks are still an effective preventative against transmission. As a business owner, you have the right to continue to enforce […]
A syringe and COVID-19 vaccine bottle on top of face masks which are atop blue flowers on a blue background.

May COVID-19 Rundown: Vaccines Lead to Blossoming Reopening

This time last year, the saying, “Make hay in May,” had never seemed so fruitless, as we were all heavily quarantined during the height of the pandemic. Now, a year later, May is bringing more than just flowers; it’s bringing hope. With vaccine appointments extended to all adults, proactive reopening plans, and even more grants […]
A face mask on a green background decorated in a St. Patrick's Day headband, meant to represent Massachusetts' COVID reopening plans advance in March

March COVID-19 Rundown: Reopening Plans Spring Forward

Massachusetts is making significant progress in the fight against COVID, and as a result, we are being rewarded for our efforts. With drops in daily COVID cases and hospitalizations and vaccination rates continuing to soar, Massachusetts seems to finally be on the path to recovery. With society on the mend, it’s been deemed safe to […]
A heart-shaped box of chocolate and a face mask, signifying COVID-19 in February

February COVID-19 Rundown: Reviewing the Rollouts and Rollbacks

Although Cupid’s likely to remain quarantined this Valentine’s Day, we at least have some cause for celebration as more vaccine cocktails become approved and positive case numbers continue to fall in Massachusetts. However, we’re not out of the woods yet, which is why some COVID-19 restrictions continue to remain in place. While vaccines are dominating […]
Frosted pine needles, a wooden snowflake, and a popped bottle of champagne lying over a face mask atop a wooden table.

January COVID-19 Rundown: New Year, New Measures

COVID-19 isn’t going to clock out now that 2020 is over, and with the recent and horrifying assault on our Capitol, it’s difficult to predict whether 2021 will be much better. While it may seem the country is spiraling down a dark path, local government is still taking action to support communities and stop the […]
A rustic wooden table topped with an assortment of Thanksgiving Day vegetables such as squash and pumpkins next to a sign that reads, "Stay Safe."

November COVID-19 Rundown: Addressing the Tightening Restrictions

Although it may not look like it from our current perspectives, we have reasons to give thanks this Thanksgiving. As Massachusetts residents, we continue to have infection rates that are lower than most of the country. Also, we can appreciate how our community has come together to support local businesses this year. Nevertheless, cases are […]
A Halloween Jack-O-Lantern wearing a surgeon's mask atop fallen leaves in green grass in October.

October COVID-19 Rundown: The Latest in Local Developments

It’s been one heck of a year, but at least it’s not one we’ve had to endure alone. As the old saying goes, misery loves company, and the COVID-19 crisis has made sure to be as inclusive as possible. Pained laughter aside, Vision Advertising has been providing business and marketing strategies to all our clients […]