Gov Mills Looking at Possible Changes & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
766 of the 1,254 total cases of COVID-19 have recovered and we now have 62 deaths according to WABI.
About a third of NYC’s new hospitalizations from COVID-19 are from people who have been staying at home according to CNBC.
Gov Mills is looking at some possible changes to Maine’s reopening and seeing if things can be done a little sooner according to WABI.
Androscoggin County Commissioners passed a non-binding resolution for Maine to move ahead with reopening according to Newscenter.
New England Patriots truck was in Bangor to deliver meals for veterans according to Newscenter.
Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer program will help families with kids who had access to the free or reduced-price school meals with an extra benefit to help cover those additional costs since schools closed according to centrlmaine.com.
Maine is creating an economic recovery advisory team to help the state reopen and recover according to US News.
An Augusta firefighter has tested positive for COVID-19 according to WABI.
Stimulus checks have gone out to family members who have died need to be returned to the government according to WABI.
While most libraries in Maine have been open for online and over the phone services, the Gray Public Library has reopened for the public, with some limitations, according to Newscenter.
A decision on the Moxie Festival’s future will happen in early June, organizers are looking at postponing or other modifications that might allow it to happen in some form according to the Sun Journal.
The Vickery Building in downtown Augusta is ready to start leasing its 23 apartments according to centralmaine.com.