ME CV-19 Number Low for Visitors & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine has 435 active cases of CV-19. 3,159 of the total of 3,711 in Maine are recovered and we have seen 117 deaths according to WABI. There are currently 9 in the hospital; 8 are in ICU and 5 are on ventilators.
Maine’s CV-19 numbers are very low compared to the rest of the nation and the number of Mainers and summer visitors still fairly low according to centralmaine.com.
The Fire Chief in Gardiner, Al Nelson, is stepping down and into a lighter schedule and plan to work part-time as a nurse according to centralmaine.com.
Code Maine Coding Academy, an online program, is looking for Maine students with a high school diploma for this fall according to WABI.
Augusta has formally reminded its emergency CV-19 order but many of those safety measures are currently in place at a state level according to centralmaine.com.
40 people summonsed and two arrested for trespassing in a closed park in Buxton according to WGME. Town officials say most of those were not locals.
The Maine Wildlife park is open and taking reservations for visitors according to WGME. Reservations are free but you will still need to pay the entrance fee.