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The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported four new coronavirus-related deaths on Wednesday and 824 new cases.The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported four new coronavirus-related deaths on Wednesday and 824 new cases.

Maine sets new single-day record with 824 COVID-19 cases reported

The virus continues to spread rapidly even as Maine work to vaccinate as many health care workers and residents and staff of long-term care facilities as it can.

CDC reports record 824 new COVID-19 cases in Maine; four more deaths - Portland Press Herald

Maine tops 800 cases of newly recorded coronavirus cases for the first time since pandemic beganMaine tops 800 cases of newly recorded coronavirus cases for the first time since pandemic began

New cases of coronavirus in Maine top 800 mark for first time ever

Find developments on the Bangor, Portland Maine coronavirus, COVID-19 daily updates as we work together to separate facts from fear. Wednesday, January 13, 2021.Find developments on the Maine coronavirus, COVID-19 outbreak as we work together to separate facts from fear. Wednesday, January 13, 2021.

Bangor Portland, Maine COVID-19 Coronavirus Daily Update Jan. 13 | newscentermaine.com

But the governor also says that the pace of vaccine deliveries needs to speed up for the state to act on new federal guidelines prioritizing those 65 and older and those with pre-existing conditions.But the governor also says that the pace of vaccine deliveries needs to speed up for the state to act on new federal guidelines prioritizing those 65 and older and those with pre-existing conditions.

Mills to update vaccine plan to prioritize older Mainers, those with underlying conditions - CentralMaine.com

AUGUSTA (WGME) -- Four new coronavirus-related deaths were reported in Maine on Wednesday. The death toll stands at 453. The Maine CDC reported 824 additional coronavirus cases on Wednesday, setting a new single-day record. [Over 70 Maine businesses notified for violating COVID-19 safety rules] There have been 31,150 coronavirus cases reported in Maine as of Wednesday. The Maine CDC says 25,708 of those cases are confirmed and 5,442 are probable.AUGUSTA (WGME) -- Four new coronavirus-related deaths were reported in Maine on Wednesday. The death toll stands at 453. The Maine CDC reported 824 additional coronavirus cases on Wednesday, setting a new single-day record. [Over 70 Maine businesses notified for violating COVID-19 safety rules] There have been 31,150 coronavirus cases reported in Maine as of Wednesday. The Maine CDC says 25,708 of those cases are confirmed and 5,442 are probable.

Maine sets new single-day record with 824 additional coronavirus cases, 4 more deaths | WGME

Maine sets new single-day record with 824 additional coronavirus cases, 4 more deaths

Tuesday's report brings Maine cumulative total for coronavirus cases to 30,326 and the death toll to 449.Tuesday's report brings Maine cumulative total for coronavirus cases to 30,326 and the death toll to 449.

11 more Mainers die as another 715 coronavirus cases are reported across the state

Gov. Janet Mills signaled on Tuesday that she would accept a new set of federal guidelines that would move older and vulnerable Mainers up in the state’s coronavirus vaccination program.Gov. Janet Mills signaled on Tuesday that she would accept a new set of federal guidelines that would move older and vulnerable Mainers up in the state’s coronavirus vaccination program.

Janet Mills signals she will advance older, vulnerable Mainers on vaccine priority list

That shatters the previous single-day high of 782 recorded less than a week ago.That shatters the previous single-day high of 782 recorded less than a week ago.

Maine sees record-high 824 coronavirus cases and 4 more deaths

There are now 733 active cases in The County.There are now 733 active cases in The County.

60 new COVID-19 cases reported in Aroostook County as state tops 30,000 total cases

Eleven people have died with COVID-19, and the Maine Center for Disease Control is reporting 715 new cases since Monday. The increase comes after a briefEleven people have died with COVID-19, and the Maine Center for Disease Control is reporting 715 new cases since Monday. The increase comes after a brief

Maine CDC Adds 11 Deaths, 715 COVID-19 Cases | Maine Public

AUGUSTA (WGME) -- Eleven new coronavirus-related deaths were reported in Maine on Tuesday. The death toll stands at 449. The Maine CDC says the 11 additional deaths reported Tuesday include one resident of Androscoggin County, four residents of Cumberland County, a resident of Oxford County, three residents of Penobscot County, one resident of Somerset County, and one resident of York County. Four of the people who died were women, while seven were men.AUGUSTA (WGME) -- Eleven new coronavirus-related deaths were reported in Maine on Tuesday. The death toll stands at 449. The Maine CDC says the 11 additional deaths reported Tuesday include one resident of Androscoggin County, four residents of Cumberland County, a resident of Oxford County, three residents of Penobscot County, one resident of Somerset County, and one resident of York County. Four of the people who died were women, while seven were men.

11 more Mainers die as 715 new coronavirus cases are reported | WGME

11 more Mainers die as 715 new coronavirus cases are reported

Walgreens “did in fact have doses on hand, and they could not tell us when they indicated that they would put them into arms. That didn't work for me,” Maine CDC director Nirav Shah said.Walgreens “did in fact have doses on hand, and they could not tell us when they indicated that they would put them into arms. That didn't work for me,” Maine CDC director Nirav Shah said.

Maine orders Walgreens to give up vaccine doses it had no immediate plans to use

New data shows 71 businesses have received a notice that they have violated COVID-19 restrictions during the pandemic. [Maine businesses, lacking legal immunity, fear COVID-19 lawsuits] Most of the Imminent Health Hazard findings from the state have expired, though a number of establishments have had their licenses temporarily suspended or not renewed, including Sunday River Brewing Co. in Bethel. Sunday River Brewing lost its license because it repeatedly violated Gov.New data shows 71 businesses have received a notice that they have violated COVID-19 restrictions during the pandemic. [Maine businesses, lacking legal immunity, fear COVID-19 lawsuits] Most of the Imminent Health Hazard findings from the state have expired, though a number of establishments have had their licenses temporarily suspended or not renewed, including Sunday River Brewing Co. in Bethel. Sunday River Brewing lost its license because it repeatedly violated Gov.

Over 70 Maine businesses notified for violating COVID-19 safety rules | WGME

Over 70 Maine businesses notified for violating COVID-19 safety rules

Monday’s report brings the total number of coronavirus cases in Maine to 29,611 and the death toll to 438.Monday’s report brings the total number of coronavirus cases in Maine to 29,611 and the death toll to 438.

6 more Mainers die as another 313 coronavirus cases reported across the state

AUGUSTA (WGME) -- Six new coronavirus-related deaths were reported in Maine on Monday. The death toll stands at 438. According to the Maine CDC, the six additional deaths reported Monday include two residents of Aroostook County, a resident of Kennebec County, a resident of Waldo County, and two residents of York County. Four of the people who died were women, while two were men. One was between 40 and 49 years old, one was between 70 and 79 years old, and four were 80 or older.AUGUSTA (WGME) -- Six new coronavirus-related deaths were reported in Maine on Monday. The death toll stands at 438. According to the Maine CDC, the six additional deaths reported Monday include two residents of Aroostook County, a resident of Kennebec County, a resident of Waldo County, and two residents of York County. Four of the people who died were women, while two were men. One was between 40 and 49 years old, one was between 70 and 79 years old, and four were 80 or older.

Six more Mainers die as 313 new coronavirus cases are reported | WGME

Six more Mainers die as 313 new coronavirus cases are reported