Things You Need to Know: February 17, 2021
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
CNN held a town hall meeting with President Biden.
Maine saw 91 new cases of COVID-19 yesterday for a total of 42,768. There has been a total of 651 deaths according to Newscenter. Maine COVID positive rate is at 1.57%, its lowest level since November.
The Augusta Civic Center is opening as a by-appointment-only COVID vaccine clinic according to centralmaine.com.
The Yarmouth Clam Festival has been canceled for this summer and like last year it is because of the pandemic according to WGME.
Maine’s AG’s office said they will consider legal action against providers who do not follow the rules on the COVID vaccine according to WABI.
250,000 rapid COVID tests will help Maine schools track and prevent the spread of COVID in the schools according to WABI.
The statue in front of the Kennebec County Courthouse is being removed and relocated to a more appropriate location according to WGME.
A new bill is being introduced that would now make it law to clean off the top of a snow-covered vehicle according to WGME.
Local, College, Professional sports scoreboard: Celtics won and play again tonight. Red Sox start spring training on Feb 27.
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