An announcement is expected this weekend about new restrictions for Maine after Friday’s number of positive coronavirus cases spiked at 103. That’s highest daily count since the pandemic began. Quarantine restrictions could be one of the things to change.
Earlier this week, Gov. Janet Mills extended the State of Civil Emergency in through Nov. 27. This allows Maine to draw down critical Federal resources and to deploy all available tools to respond to and contain COVID-19.
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#BREAKING: Governor Janet Mills is considering new restrictions, as coronavirus cases surge in Maine: https://t.co/IlMqXiORLN
— CBS 13 News (@WGME) October 30, 2020
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