Legal Sea Foods Files Lawsuit Against Insurance Provider For Denying COVID-19 Claim
Legal Sea Foods is suing its insurer against a denied claim for financial losses stemming from the coronavirus shutdowns — a suit which could lead the way in the industry for other restaurants to do the same.

To discuss, Emily Rooney was joined by Roger Berkowitz, CEO of Legal Sea Foods.

As Coronavirus Impacts Meat Supply, Can Local Producers Fill The Void?
Many stores are limiting meat purchases in the wake of shut downs by major meat processors over coronavirus health concerns. This latest supply chain disruption is a boon for local meat producers, which are using the moment to their advantage. Stephanie Leydon reports.

Former Boston City Councilor: Has The Pandemic Shown The Suburbs Are Actually Better?
Former Boston City Councilor Tom Keane, who lives in downtown Boston, wrote a Boston Globe article this week wondering whether the coronavirus pandemic has shown suburban living to be superior to city life. He joined Emily Rooney to discuss.

Range Of Compliance With Massachusetts Mask Mandate
The Massachusetts mask mandate went into effect this week, but the rates of compliance have varied. Meanwhile, public health measurements of the pandemic showed some movement in the right direction — such as a decrease in the seven-day average of the percentage of positive tests — but Governor Baker cautioned residents the state “still has a lot of work to do.”

Emily Rooney spoke about the mandate with Boston Globe reporter Beth Teitell.