Maine reported its first coronavirus death on Friday – a Cumberland County man in his 80s – as officials urged residents to brace for more while taking precautions to help avoid the health care crisis ... More info »Portland Press Herald - 03/27/2020 06:32pm
AUGUSTA, Maine (WABI ... 5 people who are confirmed to have coronavirus, while 7 are considered presumptive positive. Two people are hospitalized. “We also now have evidence of community transmission ... More info »MSN - 03/15/2020 07:06pm
A staff member at the Mabel I. Wilson school has tested positive for coronavirus, and school officials can't say whether the person had contact with others at the school. More info »Portland Press Herald - 03/27/2020 10:24am
There are 318 new positive test results for COVID-19 throughout the state, Gov. Phil Murphy announced during a Thursday briefing, bringing the total to 742. More info »The Press of Atlantic City - 03/19/2020 04:47am
MOVIE REVIEW “BLOW THE MAN DOWN” Rated R. On Amazon Prime. Grade: B Co-written and co-directed by Bridget Savage Cole of Beverly, “Blow the Man Down,” a Tribeca Film festival success story, will ... More info »Boston Herald - 03/19/2020 07:00am
The Cape May County Department of Health announced a second positive COVID-19 test result in the county, totaling the number of cases to two. The first positive case was a ... More info »The Press of Atlantic City - 03/19/2020 07:56am
In addition to the statewide mandate, the City of Portland and the City of South Portland have issued ‘stay-at-home’ orders for all non-essential businesses and services due to the increasing threat ... More info »newscentermaine.com - 03/27/2020 01:40pm
AUGUSTA, Maine ... Cumberland County. But state officials expect community transmission to be confirmed soon elsewhere as well, Shah said, urging people throughout the state to behave as though ... More info »Seacoastonline.com - 03/25/2020 04:29am
Maine ... Cumberland County. But state officials expect community transmission to be confirmed soon elsewhere as well, Shah said, urging people throughout the state to behave as though COVID-19 is ... More info »Seacoastonline.com - 03/23/2020 04:53am
Montgomery: Gov. Kay Ivey declared a state of emergency Friday and closed public schools for two-and-a-half weeks as the state reported its first cases of coronavirus. Ivey said all K-12 public ... More info »USA Today - 03/16/2020 04:32pm
AUGUSTA, Maine ... though COVID-19 is already in their local communities. "The way that I go about my life is to assume that I might have the virus,“ Shah said. ”That helps me get myself ... More info »Foster's Daily Democrat - 03/25/2020 04:28am
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