Janet Mills’ restrictions meant to halt the spread of the coronavirus… WOOD RIVER - Three COVID-19 related deaths were reported late Sunday by the Madison County Health Department. Sunday River Brewing Co. may reopen on Thursday but can’t serve alcohol through Dec. 28 after staff and the owners were found violating COVID-19 … Sunday River, Sugarloaf, Mount Abram, Lost Valley, and all the other Maine ski areas are prepped and ready to deal with COVID-19 coronavirus safety guidelines Author: Mallory Brooke Published: 2:53 PM EST December 3, 2020 You may visit the state with a recently completed COVID-19 test, or by quarantining for 14 days prior. Officials listed the deaths as … Inform guests of your COVID-19 policies and procedures in advance, if possible, via website, social media channels, etc. The most high-profile citations have been at Sunday River Brewing Company in Bethel and the Big Moose Inn in the Millinocket area. Sunday River Brewing attorney says state is selectively targeting it over COVID-19 order criticism by Christopher Burns December 3, 2020 December 3, 2020 Share this: Sunday’s case count fall into an overall trend of decreased cases during the last several weeks. New Hampshire residents are exempt from this. But agency staff argued that the restaurant repeatedly violated COVID-19 protocols, including requirements that staff and … The restaurant’s owners appealed. Both Sunday River … Sunday River Brewing co-owner Rick Savage has publicly flouted the state’s COVID-19 health protocols. Confirm guests have reviewed the following questions posted at every point of sale when purchasing or accessing their daily lift ticket or trail pass, and prior to check-in for any longer-term/overnight stays at ski resort facilities. Rick Savage, who owns Sunday River Brewing along with his brother, Ron, became a vocal opponent of Gov. Sunday River Brewing has been in a long-running battle with state officials over COVID-19 restrictions. Rick Savage, owner of Sunday River … Tracking COVID-19 in Alaska: 239 new cases reported Sunday, no new deaths - … He closed again after losing his health licenses. A Maine restaurant owner opened up despite the governor’s COVID-19 orders. In May, it defied orders from Gov.