Contact Tracing, Waterville Trail Closed & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
There are 712 active cases, 1,318 of the 2,109 total cases of COVID-19 have recovered and 79 deaths according to WABI. 1,415 of those cases come from Cumberland and York counties.
Maine saw an increase in hospitalizations of COVID-19 patients over the weekend; most were from assisted living or long term care facilities in Souther Maine according to WGME.
Twitter has tabled one of President Trump's tweets as potentially misleading according to CNN. The warning was about comments in regards to voter fraud.
Maine is expanding its efforts went comes to contact tracing and when it comes to people thinking the concern is hyped or a hoax and don’t follow the rules, Dr. Shah thinks the real conversation on the subject starts when you ask that person why they feel as they do according to WABI.
A vendor who was at BIW on Friday has now tested positive for the coronavirus according to WABI. The person was wearing PPE and the two who were working with them are in quarantine.
The Leeman Island Trail in Waterville has been closed because of vandalism and litter according to WABI. It will probably be closed for at least a few weeks.
Maine’s Department of Labor is now investigating scammers taking personal information and committing potential unemployment fraud according to WABI. Benefits will be held for two or three days as the address this.
Maine police stopped a car Sunday going 127mph on the Turnpike in Well according to WMTW.
Alfond Youth Center will hold summer programs with fewer kids and new precautions according to centralmaine.com.
A riding mower that apparently fell from a retaining wall fell onto a woman in Appleton and killed her according to centralmaine.com.