Things You Need to Know Today: December 3, 2020
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine starts the day with 2,426 active cases of COVID-19. 9,564 of the 12,208 cases recovered. There have been 218 deaths, according to WABI.
The CDC has made the move and shortened the quarantine time to ten days and even less with a negative test, according to centralmaine.com.
Gov Mills is due to have her COVID-19 test after exposure on Monday; she is currently in self-quarantine at the Blaine House and feeling fine according to WABI.
Maine 130th Legislature was sworn in yesterday, according to WABI. The event happened at the Augusta Civic Center.
Maine will be getting fewer doses of the new COVID-19 vaccine than originally expected, according to WABI.
Waterville City Council did the first vote on reducing the needed space to keep chickens in the city; the next vote it due on December 15th, according to centralmaine.com.
Maine was given a C- for its roads, bridges, ports, and damns, according to WABI. The score four years ago was also a C-.
Target is coming to Auburn in the old Kmart location on Center Street, according to the Sun Journal.
Local, College, Professional sports scoreboard: NFL; Baltimore lost to Pittsburg 19-14, and Sunday Patriots play the Los Angeles Chargers.
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