Dr. Nirav Shah: Maine CDC Director On High Covid Numbers, Vaccine Distribution, Virus Variants
We discuss the rapid developments in how the pandemic is taking its toll in Maine. Mainers over 70 can now get vaccinated against COVID-19, but problems with supply and distribution continue to slow the process. At the same time, the spread of the virus continues at an alarming rate, and COVID-19 variants raise new concerns.
Dr. Nirav Shah, director, Maine Center for Disease Control & Prevention, returns to answer questions about these matters and more.
- Maine CDC Adds 5 Deaths, 284 COVID-19 Cases On Thursday
- Independent Pharmacies Playing Growing Role In Maine Coronavirus Vaccine Rollout
- Vaccine Demand Far Outpaces Supply For Mainers 70 And Older
- Maine Lawmakers Fight Over What's A Proper Face Covering
- Cross Insurance Center In Bangor To Become Mass Vaccination Site
- Scarborough Downs Grandstand Repurposed For Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Site
- Thousands Of Vaccine Doses Set Aside By Maine CDC May Have Gotten Too Cold In Shipping, Not Too Hot
- University Of Maine Campuses Will Test Staff And Students For COVID-19 Each Week
- With Cases Climbing, Maine Colleges Boost COVID-19 Testing To Return To Campus For Spring Semester