March 16th COVID-19 Updates & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
COVID-19 updates from CNN for March 16, 2020.
There are 5 presumptive positives for the coronavirus in Maine and 7 other cases that were confirmed, schools are deciding to close, Gov Mills has declared a state of emergency and is asking Mainers to avoid large gatherings according to WGME.
The mayor of Waterville will be asking the city council to ban reusable bags, for now, to help slow the potential of spreading COVID-19 according to centralmaine.com.
Social distancing caused the party to be canceled but Maine turned 200 yesterday according to US News.
CMP is asking the PUC to extend the winter disconnection period to May 15th. To protect customers who might have trouble paying their bills because of the coronavirus according to WABI.
A Rhode Island man died in a snowmobile crash in Baxter State Park according to WMTW.
CMP transmission line project got its first approval from the MeDEP according to centralmaine.com.