ME Delaying Indoor Bar Service, Fall Plans for ME Catholic Schools & Other Things You Need to Know
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Maine is staring the day with 460 active cases of COVID-19. There are 2,409 recovered cases of 2,971 total cases and there have been 102 deaths according to WABI.
Maine is delaying indoor service for bars that was to start July 1st, outdoor service is still allowed according to WABI.
9 cases of the COVID-19 in Houlton and officials say it is all connected to a patient who tested positive according to WABI.
Maine’s Catholic schools will be open this fall with a full day, five days a week schedule according to Newscenter.
The lodging industry is putting more pressure on the Mills administration to drop the quarantine or negative COVID test requirements for out of state visitors according to centralmaine.com.
A summer program with safety guidelines will start July 6th for Augusta kids at the five of the city’s parks according to centralmaine.com.
Home sales in Maine fell 21% in May from a year ago but prices were up 3.4% according to centralmaine.com.