Shaun Chaiyabhat, WCVB-TV Boston

Shaun Chaiyabhat

WCVB-TV Boston

Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Shaun:

Pressure mounting on VP Mike Pence to invoke 25th Amendment

The U.S. House of Representatives plans to vote on impeaching President Donald Trump for the second time, and it's not the only tactic they have to remove him from office early. → Read More

Boston demonstrators counterprotest US Capitol breach

Protesters marched from Roxbury’s Nubian Square to the Massachusetts State House and rallied at each location. → Read More

Mass. outlines plan to vaccinate 45,000 first responders

Next Monday, Massachusetts will start to vaccinate 45,000 police, fire, and EMTs. → Read More

Doctors react to latest round of COVID-19 restrictions in Mass.

Gov. Charlie Baker says it is once again time to roll back in the state's reopening, but some experts say it is "too little, too late." → Read More

First doses of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine arrive at Mass. hospitals

The Cambridge-based company sent out shipments of its shots a week after the Pfizer vaccine arrived at health care facilities. → Read More

Mass. restaurants dealt another blow with step back in reopening

The latest rules, which go into effect on Sunday, mean that restaurants will have fewer people per table and for a shorter amount of time. → Read More

CDC to vote on COVID-19 vaccine distribution on Tuesday

The meeting comes a day after Cambridge-based Moderna applied for emergency use authorization for its vaccine. → Read More

Thanksgiving rush swamping COVID-19 testing sites, delaying turnaround times

If you were hoping to get tested in time for Thanksgiving, you may be out of luck. → Read More

Boston resident among 30,000 to join Moderna vaccine trial

He calls taking the risk that came with the trial a civic duty. → Read More

President Trump wants decisive result on election night

This comes as there are concerns that states could take days to count all the mail-in ballots. → Read More

Recent COVID-19 trend in Mass. concerning for doctors

Coronavirus cases are not only on the rise in Massachusetts, but also across the country. → Read More

Powerful storm causes heavy tree damage in Massachusetts

In one city, the cleanup effort is lasting much longer than the storm itself. → Read More

UMass COVID-19 model projects unsettling death toll in state, across country

Gov. Charlie Baker is warning Massachusetts residents to stay vigilant after the state has seen a recent uptick in cases. → Read More

Activists gather in Boston to protest decision in Breonna Taylor case

Local protesters called the decision to not charge the police officers who shot and killed Breonna Taylor "a slap in the face." → Read More

FacesOfCOVID: Mass. man starts Twitter account to honor victims of pandemic

The creator says he started tracking each death in March as a way to cope, and to give each victim dignity and a broader purpose. → Read More

Concerns over new coronavirus spike while CDC creates confusion

As of late Monday night, the COVID-19 death toll in the United States had nearly reached 200,000. → Read More

Firework set off near Black Lives Matter sign in Lynnfield

Three teenagers have admitted to setting off the explosive, and the family is now wondering if they were targeted because of the sign in their yard. → Read More

Sudden change in CDC's guidelines sparking confusion, concern

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is now saying that people who do not show COVID-19 symptoms do not need to be tested for the coronavirus. → Read More

Mass. restaurant owners hope cocktails to go will boost business

Gov. Charlie Baker signed a bill Monday that will allow Massachusetts restaurants to sell mixed alcoholic drinks with takeout and delivery food orders. → Read More

Hackers successfully targeted Twitter employees with internal access

Joe Biden, Barack Obama, Bill Gates and Elon Musk were some of the high-profile people who were impacted by the cyberattack. → Read More