COVID funding slow to come Downeast

by Ruth Leubecker

Keeping Maine Healthy grants were approved in June by the Mills administration for  towns across Maine so that they could more effectively battle the growing inroads of COVID-19.

But for Washington County, who has historically missed out on funding in the past, this time it’s a fortunate turn of events for missing out on these COVID funds. Downeast Maine with its envious record of virus cases, only lately in the two-digit category, remains out of the mainstream.

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