Maine Increasing Its Testing, Thomas College Plans & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
787 of the 1,330 total cases of COVID-19 have recovered and 62 deaths according to WABI.
The church in Orrington that was going to have services inside has filed a lawsuit against Gov Mills and also decided to hold outdoor services this weekend according to WABI.
Maine has now expanded its testing capacity for COVID-19 and this could lead to adjustments to the reopening plan according to WABI.
The unemployment numbers for Maine and the nation for April are expected to be around 15% according to WABI.
Complaints called-in on a food truck owner trying to generate some business in Richmond according to WGME.
Thomas College is working on plans so it can have students on campus this fall according to centralmaine.com.
The company that put in safety posts at the LEAP building in Farmington that damaged the propane line will pay a $1,000 fine according to centralmaine.com.