March 24 COVID-19 Updates & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
NEWS: (Scroll Down for COVID-19 News)
Maine is starting the day with thousands of people without power according to CMPCO.com (28,000 reported at 3am)
Maine is ready for fishing and the requirement that anglers need a recreational license is suspended until the end of April according to US News.
Home prices and sales were up in February according to US News.
Everyone was safe after a vehicle was driven not the ice in Skowhegan went into Lake George according to centralmaine.com.
COVID-19: County by county coronavirus count from centralmaine.com.
COVID-19 world map from John Hopkins Univesity.
CNN’s March 24 coronavirus updates: The US has over 42,600 cases, including at least 540 deaths but no deaths have been reported in Maine.
382,000 cases of the coronavirus worldwide and 107 in Maine with no death reported according to the John Hopkins map.
2020 Tokyo Olympic will be postponed due to the coronavirus according to USA Today.
The Maine Department of Labor has advice for those filing unemployment claims including filing online according to WABI.
A new study suggests the coronavirus can lives on surfaces for days depending on the material according to WABI.
A group of central Maine women is now using their sewing skills to make face masks according to WGME.
Senator Collins is looking to give businesses some relief according to WABI.