Dentists had to halt all non-emergency services during the height of the pandemic — think regular check-ups and cleanings — but were allowed to perform emergency procedures like root canals. When the state entered phase two of Gov. Charlie Baker's reopening plan, those halted services were allowed to resume. But a trip to the dentist now looks very different. We talked with Dr. Janis Moriarty, president of the Massachusetts Dental Society, about what a dentist appointment looks like in this time of coronavirus.

Then, we heard how house cleaners are keeping themselves and their clients safe as they resume their daily responsibilities.


Dr. Janis Moriarty - 1:47
Eulalio Guevara with the Boston Cleaning Collective - 17:03