MAINE, USA —
MAINE COVID VACCINE INFO
- NCM Maine COVID Vaccine page: What you need to know about Maine COVID-19 vaccine
- A total of 294,127 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Maine as of Sunday.
- How to schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment in Maine
MAINE CORONAVIRUS INFO
- On Sunday the Maine CDC reported 130 additional COVID-19 (coronavirus) cases and no additional deaths.
- 658 Mainers have died out of 43,497 total COVID-19 cases. Of those cases, 34,502 were confirmed by tests and 8,995 are probable.
- Governor Janet Mills updates COVID-19 travel restrictions
- Coronavirus face coverings now mandated by the state
- VERIFY: Requirement to wear a face mask does not violate constitutional rights
- Maine is open for businesses. Here's what you need to know
- Going out? CDC shares tips to stay safe amid coronavirus pandemic
- Filing for unemployment still dominating discussions around Maine. Here's our story on how to file for unemployment in Maine. Scroll down for more resources available to Mainers
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DAILY MAINE COVID AND VACCINE UPDATE FOR SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2021
The Maine CDC reported no additional deaths from COVID-19. The state death toll remains at 658.
The Maine CDC reported 30 additional COVID-19 cases in the state.
Of the 43,497 total COVID-19 cases in Maine, 34,502 were confirmed by tests and 8,995 are probable.
12,761 Mainers have completed COVID-19 isolation.
Cumulatively across Maine, 294,127 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered as of Sunday. Of those, 199,360 have been first doses and 94,767 have been second doses.
Currently, in Maine, there are 71 people hospitalized with COVID-19; 24 are in critical care, and 7 are on a ventilator.
The Maine CDC's next state coronavirus update is scheduled for 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 23.