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Email points to ban on masks in coronavirus-stricken jail linked to Maine wedding

ALFRED, Maine — An email points to an outright ban on masks in housing units in a Maine jail dealing with a coronavirus outbreak that’s linked to a wedding and reception that made national news.

The York County Jail became a coronavirus hotspot after an employee who attended an August wedding more than 200 miles (320 kilometers) away in the Katahdin region spread the virus. The number of cases associated with the jail was approaching 90 as of Friday, and the number of cases linked to the wedding and reception has topped 170 with eight deaths.

The email obtained by news outlets said inmates were not permitted to bring masks into any housing unit, a policy that likely exacerbated the outbreak. The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advocates mask-wearing to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

“Inmates are allowed to remove the masks from their faces when in

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Ex beauty queen terrified after bumping into her stalker in Tesco when she thought he was still in jail

AN EX beauty queen said she was terrified after bumping into her stalker in Tesco when she thought he was still in jail.

Chloe Hopkins, 28, felt “physically sick” and was shaking and crying when she bumped into the man who had hounded her.

Chloe Hopkins has shared the horrific moment she ran into her stalker in a supermarket

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Chloe Hopkins has shared the horrific moment she ran into her stalker in a supermarketCredit: Chloe Hopkins/Daily Post Wales
Anthony James Mantova stalked her from the age of 18

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Anthony James Mantova stalked her from the age of 18Credit: Cavendish

The singer was harassed and stalked from the age of 18 by Anthony James Mantova – and she had no idea he’d been released from prison when she saw him in a supermarket.

Now in his 40s, Mantova was jailed three times for obsessing over the former beauty queen.

He had her name tattooed on his chest and even wore a T-shirt with her face embellished across it.

The stalker also bombarded

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Gujarat’s Sabarmati Jail Inmates Get Gandhi Jayanti Gift

Ten inmates have been chosen as radio jockeys to operate the initiative. (FILE)

Ahmedabad:

Some 3,000 inmates of Gujarat’s Sabarmati Central Jail got a Gandhi Jayanti gift on Friday with authorities starting a dedicated radio station for them.

”Radio Prison”, operating from the premises of the jail to provide information and entertainment to inmates, was inaugurated by Additional Director General of Police (Prisons), KLN Rao.

“Along with entertainment, story-telling and cultural programmes, Radio Prison will provide information on legal aid, psychological counseling and training on different subjects. We will also transmit birthday wishes of inmates.

Ten inmates have been chosen as radio jockeys to operate the initiative,” Mr Rao said.

Due to security reasons, the broadcast will be done through fibre network connected with speakers installed in every barrack, said DV Rana, Sabarmati Jail PRO.

Like any other professional radio station, Radio Prison, which will be on air from 8am

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