At his daily press conference this morning, Gov. Baker urged people from away to stop coming here, but that if they do, to promptly put themselves away for at least 14 days - especially if they have symptoms.
Baker also said he's not expecting an Easter resurrection for businesses, as proclaimed by the Leader of the Free World, at least not in Massachusetts. Based on the advice he's getting from doctors and other actual experts, "we're not going to be up and running by Easter, no," he said.
Baker said signs on highways entering the state would have message boards alerting incoming travelers about the self-quarantine request and that people getting off trains and planes in the state would receive fliers about the issue.