The Maine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that there were 80 new coronavirus cases and no new deaths on Thursday. The number of Mainers who died of COVID-19 remains at 146. No new deaths were reported within 12 days. 80 Since the outbreak, the total number of other cases in Maine has reached 6,467. This is a new record added in a single day of the case. Dr. Nirav Shah, director of the Maine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said the recent cases were driven by community or family transmission in every corner of the state. Shay said the number of Mainers infected with the virus has doubled. the above. In the past week, the positive rate increased from 0.42% two weeks ago to 0.75% as of Wednesday. The positive rate in Maine is still well below the national average of 7.3%. Shah said cases are increasing in all areas of the state. Main cases: Death: 1
The Maine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that there were 80 more coronavirus cases on Thursday and no new deaths.
The number of Mainers who died of COVID-19 remains at 146. There were no new death reports within 12 days.
Since the outbreak, the total number of 80 additional cases in Maine has reached 6,467. This is a new record added in a single day of the case. The original record was in May.
Dr. Nirav Shah, director of the Maine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said the recent cases seen were driven by community or family transmission in every corner of the state.
Shah said the number of Maineers hospitalized due to the virus has doubled in the past week.
The positive rate rose from 0.42% two weeks ago to 0.75% as of Wednesday. Maine’s positive rate is still far below the national average of 7.3%
Shah said cases are increasing across the state.
Maine Coronavirus Date:
- Death: 146
- Total: 6,467
- Confirmed cases: 5,749
- Possible scenarios: 718
- Cumulative positive rate: 1.21%
- Positive rate within 14 days: 0.4%
- Recovered patients: 5,462
- Active cases: 859
- Currently hospitalized: 16
- Intensive care unit patients: 7
- Patients using ventilator: 0
Symptoms of coronavirus may include fever, cough, difficulty breathing, and sore throat. Symptoms usually appear 2 to 14 days after exposure.
Other symptoms include chills, repeated chills, muscle pain, headache, and loss of new taste and/or smell.
Health officials say that most patients will have mild symptoms and can recover at home.
However, some patients, especially those with underlying diseases, may experience more serious respiratory diseases.
Coronavirus seems to be spread in a similar way to the flu and the common cold, including spreading in the air through coughing and sneezing, close personal contact, such as touching and shaking hands and touching objects or surfaces with the virus, and then touching your mouth, nose Or eyes.
Urge anyone experiencing symptoms to call their healthcare provider instead of just showing up in person.
StrengthenME: The Maine Department of Health and Human Services created StrongeME to help Mainers deal with the pressure and uncertainty of the pandemic. The hotline provided by the program is open 7 days a week from 8 am to 8 pm. Anyone who needs help can call the hotline 207-221-8198.
Maine Help: The Maine Help website provides ways that Mainers can directly help non-profit organizations, healthcare, and businesses during the COVID-19 outbreak.
FrontLine WarmLine: Maine Department of Health and Human Services telephone line to help Mainers who are dealing with the frontline of the coronavirus outbreak. From 8 am to 8 pm every day, the telephone line will be served by calling 207-221-8196 or 866-367-4440 or texting 898-211.