Fireworks Sale Up, 10 States Seeing Increases of CV-19 & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
2,300 of the 2,878 cases of COVID-19 in Maine are considered recovered and 102 deaths according to WABI. Maine starts the day with 476 active cases.
10 states have seen record increases in CV-19 in the last week and Florida could be the new hot spot for the virus according to CNN.
1 in 4 of the nation's CV-19 deaths has been from a nursing home according to centralmaine.com. The overall rate of cases for nursing home patients is 1 in 10.
Voting this year in the primary and general election will be a bit different, many of us may see longer lines and there could be fewer poll workers according to WABI.
When Maine’s lawmakers start getting together for face to face meetings the group will be required to wear face masks according to WABI.
With most of the fireworks displays canceled for this summer because of CV-19 the sales of fireworks is up with many people planning their own shows just make sure to be safe and follow your commutes guidelines according to WABI.
The Skowhegan area school board is meeting again to not only talk about returning to school but the new mascot and nickname for Skowhegan High School according to centralmaine.com.
With many Mainers back to work, there are still 72,000 still on unemployment and Maine is still dealing with thousands and thousands of claims they believe to be fraudulent according to WGME.
Kennebec Saving Bank and Kennebec Federal Saving Bank are merging and will use the Kennebec Saving Bank name according to centralmaine.com.
The US Supreme Court ruled against the Trump administration and immigrant kids brought to the US when they were young will not be forced to leave according to WGME.