No CV-19 at MEMA Offices, Weekend Protests & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
1,552 of the 2,325 cases of COVID-19 are recovered, there are 89 deaths according to WABI. Maine has 684 active cases.
The seven employees at MEMA that were sick last week tested negative for COVID-19 but their worksite at 45 Commerce Drive will be closed today for cleaning and maintenance according to maine.gov.
The state of Maine has offered to buy some food purchased by restaurants who were not allowed to open in York, Cumberland, and Androscoggin because of COVID numbers according to WABI.
FEMA has made some changes for hurricane season in this time of COVID-19 according to WABI.
A judge has upheld Maine’s 14-day quarantine for visitors according to and Gov Mill has ordered Maine business to post requirements on mask-wearing according to centralmaine.com.
Gardiner Public Library and Gardiner City Hall are starting to reopen with precautions and limitations as of today according to centralmaine.com.
Around Maine (Skowhegan, Portland) and the nation there were protests this weekend about the deaths of George Floyd according to centralmaine.com.
President Trump was taken to a bunker for a brief time Friday night as a riot over the death of George Floyd was happening outside of the White House according to WABI.
SpaceX did take off Saturday and the astronauts have already arrived at the space station according to WABI.
Major League Baseball is still working on a plan for the season according to centralmaine.com.