25 Investigates: One year since the shutdown

BOSTON — On March 10, 2020 life as we know it changed across Massachusetts and the country.

Gov. Charlie Baker declared a state of emergency and the effectively shut down the Commonwealth. It was thought to be a pause for a matter of weeks. But, the coronavirus was just getting its grip.

For the next 12 months, COVID-19 would forever change lives, overwhelm hospitals, impact businesses and keep many kids from classrooms. Throughout the pandemic, 25 Investigates has heard your voices, shared your stories and worked to help our viewers navigate so the new complexities we faced.

Now, one year later we are taking an in-depth look back at the long road traveled, where thing stand now, and what lies ahead.

From schools, to hospitals and nursing homes, to the future of testing and the vaccination program, 25 Investigates is looking at what comes next in Massachusetts as we all work to get back on track and back to normal.

Download the free Boston 25 News app for up-to-the-minute push alerts

>> Complete Covid-19 vaccine coverage

RESOURCES:

- Complete local and national coronavirus coverage here

- Follow us on Facebook and Twitter | Watch Boston 25 NOW

- Download our free apps for your phone and smart TV