Gov. Janet Mills announced today, Jan. 28, that because of a decrease in the state’s positivity rate of new COVID-19 cases, she will be ending the 9pm closing time for businesses.
The early closing time began in November and was extended late last month. It ends Monday, Feb. 1.
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#BREAKING: Gov. Mills to end curfew for Maine restaurants, other businesses: https://t.co/CGzZp41ubp pic.twitter.com/GfMi5U29AM
— CBS 13 News (@WGME) January 28, 2021