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Gov. Mills extends COVID-19 state of emergency as virus takes toll on Maine – WMTW Portland

Gov. Janet Mills extended the coronavirus state of civil emergency for another 30 days on Tuesday, the 11th time she has done so since the pandemic began in Maine….

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AUGUSTA, Maine —Gov. Janet Mills extended the coronavirus state of civil emergency for another 30 days on Tuesday, the 11th time she has done so since the pandemic began in Maine.
The state of civil emergency now runs through Feb. 27.
Mills said her decision is in line with nearly every other state in the nation that has ongoing emergency declarations.
Our administration is working around the clock to take the limited and inconsistent supply of vaccine we receive from the Federal government and…

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