A traveling salesperson helped to spread the coronavirus in Maine and several other states early in the outbreak last month. The salesperson was a so-called “super spreader,” a single person responsible for a significant number of exposures to the virus, said Dr. Nirav Shah said, director of the Maine Center for Disease Control. “This traveling salesperson visited a particular establishment…
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, officials in Maine are considering moving their state’s primary to June 9. They’ve already voted on presidential candidates in March, but local and state candidate races still need to be decided.