CV-19+ Traveler Asked to Leave Jetport & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine starts the day with 582 active cases of COVID-19. 4,384 of the 5,106 cases recovered. There have been 140 deaths according to WABI.
The US CDC has now pulled down the update made on CV-19 transmission they posted Friday on the spread of disease according to CNN.
If you were at the Portland Jetport on Sunday afternoon, a person there is CV-19 positive, you should check your self symptoms and reach out to your doctor if necessary according to WGME.
A Fed-Ex driver spent the night in her truck last week after getting stuck in a remote area of Franklin County according to centralmaine.com.
The Bed, Bath and Beyond store in Auburn is due to close according to CNN.
The census deadline is coming on Sept 30th and the information is used to make the "federal government more representative of the states” according to WABI. Mainers are encouraged to get the information in if you have not already.
The hot and dry summer seemed to reduce the tick population, but Mainers are reminded ticks are still around and to be cautious in the fall months according to WABI.
A man was arrested for assault for hitting a bride and two of her guests in his car at a wedding in Livermore according to US News.
Gas prices are down half a cent on average in Maine to $2.15 a gallon according to US News.
Mainers need to pre-register by Oct 9 to get rid of unwanted pesticides for free this fall according to US News. The event will happen in Augusta, Bangor, Portland and Presque Isle.
Raiders won MNF. Sox play tonight.
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