Maine CDC Announces 15 New Coronavirus Cases in the State; A total of 32 cases

The Maine Center Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday that there are 15 new cases of coronavirus in the state. Maine CDC director Nirav Shah said there were 23 confirmed cases and nine suspected positive cases. One of the new cases is a child under the age of 10 in Androscoggin County who is not attending a day care center. Below is a breakdown of new cases, according to the Maine CDC: – Woman in her fifties in Cumberland County – Woman in her fifties in Oxford County – Man in her fifties in York County-Child under 10 in Androscoggin County-Woman in her 60s; no county was available – woman in her fifties; no county was available – woman in her fifties; no county was available – woman in her sixties in Cumberland County – woman in her thirties in Cumberland County – woman in her forties in Cumberland County – man in her sixties; no county was available – woman in her 60s; no county was available – man in his 40s; No county was available – man in his 20s in Cumberland County – woman in his 30s in Kennebec County Shah said cases where no county was immediately available would be updated. Shah said there are cases in seven counties from Maine. He said that many of the new cases affect people who have had close personal contact with previous cases. Shah said there was only evidence of community expansion in Cumberland County. Three people are hospitalized and two people have also tested positive for the flu. Shah urged Mainers to stay calm and don’t panic. “Panic is paralyzing in these situations,” said Shah. Shah said 1,303 people tested negative for the virus.

The Maine Center Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday that there are 15 new cases of coronavirus in the state.

Maine CDC director Nirav Shah said there were 23 confirmed cases and nine suspected positive cases.

One of the new cases is a child under 10 in Androscoggin County who is not attending a daycare center.

Below is a breakdown of the new cases, according to the Maine CDC.

– Woman in her fifties in Cumberland County

Woman in her 50s in Oxford County

Man in his 50s in York County

-Child under 10 years old in Androscoggin County

– woman in her 60s; No county was available

– woman in her 50s; No county was available

– woman in her 50s; No county was available

Woman in her 60s in Cumberland County

– Woman in her 30s in Cumberland County

– Woman in her forties in Cumberland County

– man in his 60s; No county was available

– woman in her 60s; No county was available

– man in his 40s; No county was available

Man in his 20s in Cumberland County

– Woman in her 30s in Kennebec County

Shah said the cases where no county was immediately available will be updated.

Shah said there are cases in seven counties from Maine. He said that many of the new cases affect people who have had close personal contact with previous cases.

Shah said there was only evidence of community expansion in Cumberland County.

Three people are hospitalized and two people have also tested positive for flu.

Shah urged Mainers to stay calm and not panic.

“Panic is paralyzed in these situations,” said Shah.

According to Shah, 1,303 people tested the virus negatively.

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