Things You Need to Know Today: November 18, 2020
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine starts the day with 2,172 active cases of COVID-19. 7,025 of the 9,363 cases recovered. There have been 166 deaths according to WABI. This was the second-highest single-day increase since this started.
Maine is still holding off on issuing widespread, restrictive moves as most of the growth in COVID numbers are linked to smaller at-home get-togethers according to centralmaine.com. But expanding the options do remain up for consideration. (excellent read on the details from centralmaine.com)
The FDA has OKed a 30 minute, at-home rapid COVID-19 test according to Newscenter.
The ‘do not drink’ order in Skowhegan has now been lifted according to WABI.
China woman scammed out of $18,000 after being told a family member needed to be bailed out and the scammers showed up at her home to collect the cash according to WABI.
A man from Somerville is facing charges for allegedly killing a neighbors dog according to WGME.
President Trump has fired the nation's top election official after he said there was no fraud in the presidential election according to Newscenter.
Wreaths Across America will be allowed to lay wreaths at Arlington according to WABI. This reverses an earlier decision.
Local, College, Professional sports scoreboard: TNF is Arizona in Seattle.
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