Today’s update surpasses the previous high of 88 undergraduate students in isolation, a record set last Friday.
“The simple truth is this: Too many of us have become complacent in our daily lives,” Baker said at the press conference. “ … We’re doing much better than many other states and many other countries. But here too we’ve let down our guard, and we have work to do.”
“We’re just a very vibrant, artistic, and cultural community,” Gannon said. “It was pretty easy for me to tap into this and get people to come forward to help, and I’ll tell you they came running. It was really great to see how everyone was willing to support our community.”