Sewage Testing for CV-19, Red Sox Home Opener W/O Fans & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine has 380 active cases of CV-19. 3,239 of the total of 3,737 in Maine are recovered and we have seen 118 deaths according to WABI.
Maine CDC is investigating a CV-19 outbreak at a long term care facility in Lewiston according to centralmaine.com.
Testing sewage may provide additional information on COVID-19 in the Augusta area according to centralmaine.com.
The Maine Tourism Board is spending money advertising Maine as a vacation destination in those states that are not under the 14-day quarantine requirement according to WABI.
Two women died in a car crash on Eastern Ave in Augusta Wednesday according to centralmaine.com. Police are still investigating.
A Norridgewock man has been charged in connection to a deadly crash last year in Madison according to WABI.
Maine has a plan for a ‘rapid response’ team to reach out to people who are drug users but not in a recovery program according to centralmaine.com.
DNA has been used to ID the victim of a 1968 death of a woman in Southern California as an Augusta woman and DNA was also used to ID her now-deceased man suspected to be her killer according to centralmaine.com.
The Red Sox open their shortened season tonight hosting Baltimore. There will be no fans in the seats according to masslive.com.
The Maine Wildlife park is open and taking reservations for visitors according to WGME. Reservations are free but you will still need to pay the entrance fee.