Mainers Urged to Get Flu Shot Early This Year & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine starts the day with 445 active cases of CV-19. Overall, 3,662 of the 4,234 of the total cases are recovered and there have been 127 deaths according to WABI.
Many doctors are urging Mainers to get their flu shots early this year and are hoping the extra hand washing and the masks might make for a lighter flu season in Maine according to WABI.
A random act of kindness by an Augusta Police officer after a traffic stop makes a huge difference in a Farmington woman’s day according to WABI.
The Maine Principals Association says they will have a decision about high school sports by the 27th according to WABI.
KVCAP’s Augusta area head start program is going to receive $6M to help its programs according to WABI.
Of the overnight summer camps that did open this season for campers, there were no cases of COVID-19 according to WGME.
A 16-year-old New Sharon boy accidentally shot and killed himself while video chatting with a friend according to centralmaine.com.
Night 3 from the Democratic National Convention according to Newscenter.
Bruins, Celtics and the Sox all won last night…and the Sox play again tonight.