Home 5 Things (5TYNTK) Tuesday, May 12, 2020

(5TYNTK) Tuesday, May 12, 2020


1. The United States coronavirus cases top 1,347,000. America’s death toll stands at more than 80,000. Countries including Germany and South Korea have reported spikes in infections following an easing of coronavirus restrictions. (CNN)

2. As of Monday’s Maine CDC briefing there was one new coronavirus-related death reported in the state. Maine has seen a total 65 deaths and 1,462 cases of which 525 are active. The number of active cases in Maine has risen most days since last Wednesday, which means new infections are outpacing recoveries. (PRESS HERALD)

3. The Maine National Guard will flyover Maine communities today to honor health care workers and essential personnel on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic. The flight path includes Maine Med and several other hospitals as well as Bath Iron Works, Scarborough Veterans Home, Farmington, the Androscoggin Mill, and more. (NEWS CENTER)

4. The American Legion National Organization has canceled its 2020 baseball season for teenage players across the country. The fate of local Little League seasons are still up in the air. (BANGOR DAILY NEWS)

5. Edward Little Seniors will graduate June 6 at the Auburn-Lewiston Municipal Airport. Graduates and families will remain in cars until they are announced, at which point they will cross the stage, collect their diplomas and have their pictures taken. (SUN JOURNAL)

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