Critics have argued for a while now that Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker isn’t doing enough to stem the spread of COVID-19 — relying instead on restrictions that were established weeks or months ago, and aren’t sufficient for the moment we find ourselves in. But over the past few days, as Massachusetts sets new records for reported daily cases and other key metrics head in the wrong direction, that frustration has reached a fever pitch. In this episode of The Scrum, two Boston epidemiologists — Sam Scarpino of Northeastern University and Cassandra Pierre of Boston Medical Center — make the case for the governor to do more, stat. Afterward, Peter Kadzis offers his take on what Baker’s getting right and what he should do differently.