Cannabis Control Commission extends COVID protocol while MA ends state of emergency

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WORCESTER, Mass. (WLNE) – The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission announced today it will be keeping its COVID-19 protocol for a little longer, despite Governor Charlie Baker ending the state of emergency this week.

The Commission has extended its pandemic operations until September 1.

Those operations include:

  • Curbside Operations
  • Virtual Community Outreach Meetings
  • Telehealth (telephone and live video) to facilitate patient access to medical services

The Cannabis Control Commission oversees the medical marijuana industry in Massachusetts.

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