Things You Need to Know: December 31, 2020
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine starts the day with 11,839 active cases of CV-19. 11,326 of the 23,499 total cases are recovered, according to centralmaine.com. There have been 334 deaths.
The Maine curfew for certain businesses being open after 9 pm has been extended infinitely, according to WGME.
There is a new program in the works, but today is the last day to apply under the current rent relief program, according to WGME.
The new COVID-19 bill has a new round of Paycheck Protection loans for business as well last the $600 stimulus checks, according to WMTW.
As of the New Year, Maine’s minimum wage goes to $12.15 an hour and earned paid time off according to WMTW.
What started out as a suspected drunk driver in the middle of the night in Brunswick was a 13 year old out driving around, according to the Sun Journal.
A man has been charged with one of the fires in Unity; they are still investigating the other fires set recently in town, according to WABI.
Local, College, Professional sports scoreboard:
Celtics won last night and play again Friday
Patriots play Sunday against the NY Jets
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