Things You Need to Know: December 30, 2020
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine starts the day with 11,328 active cases of CV-19. 11,248 of the 22,909 total cases are recovered according to centralmaine.com. There have been 333 deaths.
A Trenton company is making gloves and aprons that are needed to handle the COVID-19 vaccine at its required temperatures according to WABI.
Hannaford is getting ready to COVID-19 vaccination at its pharmacies according to WABI.
A Kittery woman is asking Mainers who have recovered from CV-19 to donate plasma, her husband needs plasma from an AB negative person for his recovery effort from the disease according to WGME.
The stop on evictions has been extended for a month and today is the last day to apply for an expanded rent relief program according to WGME.
Three fires in Unity are being investigated by the Fire Marshalls office according to centralmaine.com.
The second round of stimulus checks on the way according to centralmaine.com.
Local, College, Professional sports scoreboard:
Celtics won last night and play again tonight
Patriots play Sunday against the NY Jets
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