Things You Need to Know: December 28, 2020
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine starts the day with over 10,000 active cases of COVID-19. 11,150 of the 21,880 cases recovered according to WABI. There have been 323 deaths.
More and more schools are using the rapid COVID-19 tests for students and staff according to centralmaine.com.
Winthrop School Department is planning on capping the number of kids who can be remote learning at any giving time according to centralmaine.com.
Car crashes are down for 2020 compared to 2019, but the number of fatal car crashes was up according to WMTW.
President Trump signed a COVID-19 relief bill according to centralmaine.com. That does include a $600 stimulus check.
Maine schools are seeing more students failing and lower test scores since the start of the pandemic according to centralmaine.com.
The bomber in the Christmas Day explosion in Nashville appears to have died in the explosion according to Newscenter.
Local, College, Professional sports scoreboard:
The Celtics lost, Patriots play Buffalo in MNF
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