Things You Need to Know Today: November 6, 2020
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
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Maine starts the day with 1,359 active cases of COVID-19. 5,751 of the 7,260 cases recovered. There have been 150 deaths according to WABI.
Every county in the state reported new cases. The recent spike in cases has also caused a recent spike in hospitalizations for CV-19 patients according to WABI.
The United States reported over 121,000 COVID-19 cases beating its previous record set the day before according to CNN.
Gov Mills executive order includes revised mask order for them to be worn in public even if physical distancing is possible according to WABI.
Maine’s unemployment claims were up last week after a downward trend recently according to WABI.
Waterville’s Evening Sandwich program is reopening with some changes and precautions according to centralmaine.com.
The new Bridge Street bridge in Gardiner is ready to be put into place according to centralmaine.com.
The Kora Shriners FEZtivle of Trees will take place this year; there will be no crafters or foods as well as other changes like buying your tickets in advance and a virtual way to take part according to korashriners.org.
High School, College, Pro Sports: TNF-Green Bay beat San Francisco 34 -17.
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