Maine’s state of civil emergency comes to an end

by Jayna Smith

 

On Wednesday, June 30, Maine officials held the last of the scheduled COVID-19 briefings as the state’s civil emergency came to an end.

 

The state of civil emergency was put into effect by Gov. Janet Mills on March 15, 2020, three days after the first reported case of coronavirus in the state, and extended times.

 

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