Jason Law, Boston 25 News

Jason Law

Boston 25 News

Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Jason:

Boston mayor blasts Steward Health Care after 25 Investigates report on PPE shortages

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh had strong words for Steward Health Care after our 25 Investigates report on the company’s donations of 50,000 isolation gowns to the state. → Read More

Boston mayor blasts Steward Heath Care after 25 Investigates report on PPE shortages

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh had strong words for Steward Health Care after our 25 Investigates report on the company’s donations of 50,000 isolation gowns to the state. → Read More

Local attorney looking at Mass. nursing homes for potential wrongful death lawsuits

So many nursing home residents have died from COVID-19, it will nearly impossible for state investigators to get to the bottom of them all. → Read More

DPH: 26 people dead from COVID-19 at Littleton assisted living facility

26 people have died from COVID-19 complications at the Life Care Center of Nashoba Valley, according to newly released data from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. → Read More

Mass. nurses accuse Steward Health Care of ‘publicity stunt’ at their expense

Steward Health Care, which owns 34 hospitals nationwide, announced May 14th it was donating tens of thousands of gowns to Massachusetts health officials and first responders, but local nurses at their hospitals say they've been facing a shortage of PPE. → Read More

Plympton Fire Dept. asking families to conduct fire drills at home during pandemic

The Massachusetts Fire Code requires schools to conduct four fire drills in a year. But since the pandemic cut this school year short, the Plympton Fire Department asked families to hold their own fire drills at home. → Read More

25 Investigates: Companies peddling false COVID-19 preventions, treatments, and cures

Consumer advocates say bogus COVID-19 treatments and cures continue to flood the market, and aren't going away anytime soon. → Read More

Mass. nurses saying no to decontaminated masks

When Battelle opened its decontamination unit at Assembly Row in Somerville last month, it was described as a literal lifesaver. → Read More

Researchers: Cellular data shows more Mass. residents are traveling further

Whether it’s the beautiful weather or just frustration from weeks of isolation, more New Englanders are venturing outside before social distancing guidelines are lifted. → Read More

Local tech company marketing camera that can read your temperature

A local tech company claims they have created a camera that can tell when you’re sick, which could become a helpful tool in diagnosing COVID-19 symptoms easily. → Read More

Price gouging concerns persist months into Massachusetts COVID-19 crisis

Businesses are allowed to raise prices during a critical emergency, but some states set a limit on the amount of a price increase, anywhere from 10 to 25 percent. Massachusetts law defines price gouging as a "gross disparity" between the cost of an item during normal times compared to an emergency. → Read More

Small businesses must be nimble to stay on their feet during pandemic

Some enterprising entrepreneurs aren’t ready to throw in the towel and are thinking outside the box to stay afloat. → Read More

Largest shopping mall operator preparing to re-open outside of New England

Internal documents obtained by Boston 25 show how Simon Property Group, the largest shopping mall operator in America, is adjusting to the threat of COVID-19. → Read More

Framingham lab ‘confident’ in antibody testing results

As more and more people are turning to the tests to find out if they may be immune to COVID-19, a local lab is confident in their antibody testing. → Read More

Concerns over price-gouging as Mass. residents prepare for re-opening

The Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group (MASSPIRG) recently studied the online sale of masks and hand sanitizer. According to their report, researches found “more than half of the products’ prices spikes by at least 50% compared to the average price.” → Read More

25 Investigates: Mass, Florida Attorney Generals investigating shuttered online travel site BookIt.com

Many who booked through the travel website BookIt.com are now out of thousands after the company became unreachable and isn't processing refund requests. → Read More

After weeks of roadblocks, Plympton fire chief finally able to order critical supplies on Amazon

After weeks of back and forth with Amazon, Plympton’s fire chief is finally able to order personal protective equipment for his department. → Read More

#HeyThanks: 13-year-old Cambridge boy feeding homeless through pandemic

Three years ago, Liam Hannon says he was looking for an alternative to a traditional summer camp. He says he found a calling, helping the homeless right outside his front door in Central Square in Cambridge. → Read More

Baker: ‘Contact tracing’ program key to stopping COVID-19 spread

Governor Baker said Thursday ‘contact tracing’ is the key to getting us back to a normal world. → Read More

Foxborough business accused of ‘price gouging’ PPE

A Foxborough business is being accused of price gouging PPE during a time where there is a national shortage for the much needed medical supplies. → Read More