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(5TYNK) Thursday, July 29, 2021


1. Gov. Janet Mills said that Maine will follow the U.S. CDC’s updated face covering guidance. According to the Maine CDC data tracker, Waldo County has “substantial” levels of community transmission at this time, which means that individuals should wear face coverings in indoor public settings. (WGME)

2. Maine released a new plan to promote Covid-19 vaccination among school staff and students. The plan includes vaccination education and assistance to schools looking to host vaccination clinics. (WMTW)

3. Sanford native Rachel Schneider has arrived in Tokyo for her Olympic debut. Schneider is competing Friday in the semifinals of the 5,000-meter run. (PRESS HERALD)

4. Hannaford supermarkets is now offering a grocery delivery service. Deliveries, which take at least four hours, are available for nearly all ZIP Codes from Lewiston to York, the company said. (PRESS HERALD)

5. The 10th annual Maine Outdoor Film Festival is taking over Portland’s Eastern Prom starting today through Aug. 8th. 66 films will be screened over 11 nights. (PRESS HERALD)

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