We are trying to gather as much information as we can on how our members are keeping their readers and visitors informed during the COVID-19 crisis. These are some of the resources we saw today with links to the sections and articles. If you have a resource section on coronavirus that you would like us to list here, send the information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seven Days is developing Good To-Go Vermont as a new resource to help you find out what your favorite eateries are serving up via takeout, delivery or curbside pickup.
Boston.com has a page they are continually updating – Live updates: The latest news on the coronavirus outbreak in New England
Hartford Courant has a resource guide – Coronavirus crisis resources in Connecticut: From food to legal aid and housing
Karen Andreas, regional publisher of The Salem News and North of Boston Media Group ran a letter to readers “From the Publisher” reassuring readers, “that your hometown journalists at The Salem News are hard at work to provide you with reliable, timely information during this time of crisis.” Andreas goes on to say, “as a public service during this crisis, non-subscribers also have access to our website’s breaking news developments regarding the COVID-19.”
Concord Monitor has put together a special section on their website which is updated daily with many resources on how the state of NH is dealing with the coronavirus.
Portland Press Herald has also put together a special section on their website that is outside their paywall and available to anyone looking for information on how Maine is dealing with the coronavirus.
The Providence Journal is making their coronavirus coverage free according to a statement on their website, “To our readers: We are providing vital coronavirus content for free online as a public service during the outbreak. Please support local journalism by subscribing to The Providence Journal.”