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Maine CDC Reports 23 Additional Cases Of COVID-19

Aug 30, 2020
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The Maine Center for Disease Control Sunday is reporting an additional 23 cases of COVID-19 in the state.

Twenty-two new cases were reported, according to data on the CDC website. Some previously reported cases were reclassifed, making a net increase of 23 cases.

No new deaths were reported Sunday. There have been 132 related deaths in the state.

There are now 470 active cases of the disease in the state. Eight people with COVID-19 are being hospitalized. Two of those individuals are in critical care, and one is on a ventilator.

5 People Associated With A Sanford Church Have Tested Positive For COVID-19

Aug 29, 2020
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The Calvary Baptist Church in Sanford is the latest site of a COVID-19 outbreak, after at least five people associated with the church tested positive for the coronavirus.

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The Maine Center for Disease Control Saturday is reporting an additional 53 cases of COVID-19, according to data on the CDC website.

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Maine's net total of COVID-19 cases logged since the pandemic arrived in the state rose overnight by 22. The number of deaths remained unchanged at 132.

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State officials said Thursday they had suspended the license for the Big Moose Inn in Millinocket, the site of an Aug. 7 wedding and reception now linked to an outbreak of 87 cases of COVID-19 in Maine.

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Maine is reporting an increase of 25 COVID-19 cases logged since the pandemic hit here, bringing the total to 4,414. The death toll remains unchanged at 132.

Maine CDC Reports Another Death, 24 New Cases Of COVID-19

Aug 26, 2020
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The Maine Center for Disease Control is reporting another death associated with COVID-19,  a woman in her 80s from York County. There have been 132 COVID-19 related deaths in Maine.

Twenty-one additional cases of the disease were also reported Wednesday. There were 24 new cases reported, but some cases previously reported were reclassified, making a net increase of 21. There are currently 439 active cases.

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Maine logged an additional 12 cases of COVID-19 overnight, bringing the total since the pandemic arrived here to 4,368.

The Maine CDC has opened investigations at Colby College in Waterville and the University of Maine System after each reported multiple cases of COVID-19 as students and staff return to campus.

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The Maine CDC is tracking a COVID-19 outbreak among Sanford firefighters, in an investigation that has expanded to include other nearby fire departments.

Maine's COVID-19 Cases Rise By 21, No New Deaths

Aug 24, 2020
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The Maine Center for Disease Control is reporting a net rise overnight of 21 COVID-19 cases, bringing the number logged since the pandemic's onset to 4,356. That's according to new figures on the CDC's website, which indicate that the number of deaths remained unchanged at 131.

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The Maine Center for Disease Control Sunday is reporting another death of a person with COVID-19, a woman in her 80s from Penobscot County. This makes 131 deaths in the state associated with the novel coronavirus.

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The Maine Center for Disease Control Saturday is reporting another death associated with COVID-19, a man in his 70s from Cumberland County. This brings the total number of deaths in the state to 130.

The state CDC is also reporting an additional 32 cases of COVID-19 in Maine. Thirty-one new cases reported Saturday. Some cases previously reported were reclassified, making a net increase of 32.

There are now 469 active cases of COVID-19 in Maine, according to the Maine CDC. Seven people with the disease are currently being hospitalized. One individual is in critical care.

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On the same day that three students at the University of Maine in Orono have confirmed cases of COVID-19, the university system also announced repercussions for students who violate the state's size limit for gatherings.

A patient with COVID-19 linked to the outbreak at a wedding in the Millinocket area has died.

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