March 23 COVID-19 Updates & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
NEWS: Maine is starting today with 89 cases of the coronavirus, the bulk of those is in Cumberland County according to WABI. (scroll down for more on the coronavirus)
Maine is looking at snow tonight into tomorrow morning according to WGME.
Liquefied propane gas is now on the Dig Safe list to help avoid tragedies like the Farmington explosion according to centralmaine.com.
Maine has seen another snowmobile death this season according to US News.
Maine has $163M available to help fight the opioid crisis in the state according to US News.
It is coming to the end of the ice fishing season and Wardens are reminding Mainers to be extra cautious on the ice and check it’s thickness according to US News.
Maine is looking at $15M to increase broadband access in more rural parts of Maine according to US News.
Shooting death in Blue Hill is being investigated by the Maine State Police according to US News.
COVID-19: County by county coronavirus count from centralmaine.com.
COVID-19 world map from John Hopkins Univesity.
Coronavirus info from CNN March 23, 2020
Maine is starting today with 89 cases of the coronavirus, the bulk of those are in Cumberland County according to WABI.
As the coronavirus numbers grow around the world medical supplies are becoming harder to come by according to WABI.
Canada is saying they will not send athletes to the Summer Olympics in Tokyo unless they are postponed a year according to centralmaine.com.