The Maine DOT is trying to make every person coming into the state to self-quarantine via road messaging.

The State is working on creating signs that will go up on Maine roads advising non-essential workers that come into the state to practice self-quarinting to keep our population safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Additional to these physical signs, the Maine DOT is also planning on putting messaging up on the State's electronic boards, as well.

Here's the Facebook post from the Maine DOT's Facebook page.  The post states:

Our sign shop made 13 static signs to notify drivers that all non-essential persons entering Maine need to self-quarantine for 14 days. We're also using 38 electronic message boards to help spread the message and keep Maine safe.

As of Sunday, Maine has had 633 confirmed COVID-19 cases, 266 recovered from COVID-19, 120 hospitalized and 19 deaths per the Maine CDC website.

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