Which of the following is a national travel advisory?
Charlie Baker said Monday he will travel to Boston to attend a memorial service for two Boston Marathon bombing victims, but said he has not been advised of any specific threats.
Baker, who announced last week that he would not seek re-election next year, will attend a funeral at St. Paul’s Church in Dorchester, where he grew up.
The governor is expected to visit the Boston Marathon site Monday.
He is scheduled to participate in a memorial ceremony Tuesday at the site, where a memorial fund has been set up to honor victims.
The Boston Police Department will hold a news conference on the bombing at 1 p.m. on Monday at its East Boston headquarters.
Boston police said Monday they are searching for three men they believe are connected to the bombings.
The men, ages 26 to 29, were wearing black clothes and masks when they went into the Marathon Sunday night, authorities said.
Police have said the men were not armed.
Baker has ordered an emergency lockdown in the Boston area.
He said Monday that the state is “committed to providing state-of-the-art security” in the wake of the bombing.
Baker said in a tweet Monday that he was “out to help people” but declined to provide further details.
He tweeted that he will be attending a memorial services for victims at St Paul’s church on Tuesday.
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