Waterville HS Grad Plans & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
943 of the 1,515 total cases of COVID-19 have recovered and 66 deaths according to WABI. That means there are 506 active cases at this time.
Gov Mills has extended the civil emergency until June 11th, this is different from the stay at home order and recovery plans, and allowed Maine to access federal funding and programs according to WABI.
MeCDC is changing the way it is reporting the statewide testing number to be more in line with how other states are doing it and is being done at the request of the US-CDC according to WABI.
MeCDC is reminding Mainers spending more time outside to remember the ticks are out and carry disease according to US News.
Cedar Ridge Center in Skowhegan had one patient test positive for COVID-19, staff and patients are all being tested according to centralmaine.com.
Pittsfield man turned himself in after a high-speed chase Sunday that also led to the arrest of other family members according to WABI.
Waterville High School will have a graduation ceremony, but with some unique changes according to centralmaine.com.