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Today is Monday and Remembrance Day. Another major died when health officials on Sunday confirmed that 42 more cases of coronavirus had been detected in Maine.
There have now been 2,055 cases throughout the state of Maine since the outbreak began here in March, The Maine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Sunday.
The number of victims in the entire state reached 78.
This is the latest news about coronavirus and its effects in Maine.
– “This Remembrance Day, veterans will not come to Bangor – or any community – to march in marches. Clapping spectators will not march on the streets to entertain them. Thousands of people will not gather at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, in honor of the war of the dead nation. “- Abigail Curtis, BDN
– “Older workers now find themselves confronted with questions about how long they want to work and how it intersects with their finances in the post-coronavirus world. That will depend on how quickly the economy bounces back from the economic turmoil that left more than 100,000 Mainers out of work. “- Jessica Piper, BDN
– “Since construction has been considered an important business during the Maine Maine corona-related economic shutdown, work continues more or less as is usual for thousands of workers, but with additional safety measures, personal protective equipment and social distance.” – Eesha Pendharkar, BDN
– “Two more detainees tested positive for COVID-19, the Maine Corrections Department said on Saturday. The men, convicts at the Maine Penitentiary in Windham, were the third and fourth detainees in the state who were diagnosed after the facility began testing on the entire campus last week after the first positive case was confirmed. “- Abigail Curtis, BDN
– “This year’s Remembrance Day will pay homage not only to those who died on the battlefield but also to soldiers who have fallen recently. And as a reminder of how coronaviruses are changing the lives and traditions of America, many Remembrance Day meetings are usually canceled or restricted – remembering a pandemic that has killed more than 90,000 people in the U.S. “- The Associated Press
– “It’s spring in Maine and we run the Corona River. Nobody checked this river before, nobody could tell us what lay ahead. “- Geoff Gratwick, guest opinion column
– On Monday morning, the corona virus had sickened 1,643,499 people in all 50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands and the US Virgin Islands, and caused 97,722 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University. Drug.
– Elsewhere in New England, there were 6,372 deaths from the corona virus in Massachusetts, 3,693 in Connecticut, 608 in Rhode Island, 209 in New Hampshire and 54 in Vermont.
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