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9January 2021

Discover advancements on the Maine coronavirus, COVID-19 outbreak as we interact to separate realities from worry. Monday, January 11, 2021.

MAINE, U.S.A.– SECRET MAINE CORONAVIRUS FACTS As of Monday, Maine CDC reported 313 extra COVID-19, coronavirus cases, and six extra reported deaths because Sunday. 438 Mainers have passed away out of 29,611 total COVID-19 cases. 24,679 of these cases are confirmed by tests and 4,932 are possible. 1,171 Mainers have been hospitalized at some point throughout their health problems, 11,752 Mainers have finished COVID isolation. Guv Janet Mills updates COVID-19 travel restrictions Coronavirus face coverings now mandated by the state CONFIRM: Requirement to use a face mask does not break humans rights Maine is open for business, here’s what you require to know Check out all the important coronavirus-related orders currently in location in Maine Heading out? CDC shares ideas to stay safe amid coronavirus pandemic Declare joblessness still dominating conversations around Maine. Here’s our story on how to file for Maine joblessness. You

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  • MONDAY, JANUARY 11 The Maine CDC reported 6 extra deaths of individuals with COVID-19. The state death toll stands at
  • 438 deaths.
    The Maine CDC reported 313 additional COVID-19 cases. Of the 29,611 total COVID-19 cases in Maine, 24,679 are validated by tests and 4,932 are probable. 1,171 Mainers have been hospitalized at some point throughout their COVID-19 illnesses

    .

    11,752 Mainers have completed COVID-19 seclusion.

    The Maine CDC is set up to provide a state coronavirus upgrade at 2 p.m. Monday. NEWS CENTER Maine will stream the update

    live on air, as well as on our website, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and mobile app.

    Monday Coronavirus Instruction Six additional deaths reported

    Monday include two Aroostook County locals, one local from Kennebec County, a local of Waldo County, and two locals of York County. Four who died were ladies, while 2were males. Shah said among the people who died was in between the age of 40 and 49. Another was an individual in their 70s, and 4 were people in their 80s. Currently, 191 people are hospitalized in Maine with COVID-19; 58 of those remain in the ICU, and 25 are on a ventilator. The seven-day PCR test positivity rate is 5.72 percent–“the good news is a number that has reduced simply in the past seven days,” Shah kept in mind. Shah states some of that refers a boost in testing volume, which stands at 623 tests per 100,000 people. The antigen test positivity rates have actually held constant, Shah stated. Today, the seven-day antigen test positivity rate is

    8.07 percent with a volume of 191 per 100,000 people. Total, 55,775 have actually gotten a dosage of the COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, 49,794 have actually gotten their first dose, and 5,981 individuals have no received both doses. On Monday, the Maine CDC opened a break out examination into Pam’s Play Daycare Center in Sidney, where there are at least 10 cases of COVID-19.

    Shah states those who have actually had COVID-19 and recuperated should still get vaccinated. Here’s why

    . Shah explains that although the body’s own body immune system produces some degree of action after you have actually been exposed to COVID-19, the early data from at least two of the vaccines

    that are being distributed (Pfizer, Moderna), recommend that the strength of immunity that is produced with the vaccine may remain in fact stronger than the immunity the body itself makes after having COVID. For this factor, the U.S. CDC suggests that even individuals who have actually recovered from COVID, still be vaccinated. That’s not to say, however, they require to be the very first in line for the vaccine because the body does provide at least some resistance

    for 90 days. However having additional vaccine on board is thought to boost the body’s own immunity to make the body’s body immune system even more powerful and safeguard versus the virus.

    Shah dealt with media reports of individuals who have actually been immunized who a few days later evaluate favorable. Shah states it’s not the vaccine that would cause this.

    In numerous, if not all, of those instances, Shah states, what’s taking place is something that’s been discussed before, simply in a new application. Individuals can be exposed to the virus but disappoint any signs of having COVID for a number of days. This is called the” incubation period”: the time you were very first exposed to an infection and when you start revealing signs. That duration with COVID can be numerous days long. Throughout that time period, a small number of people may have been exposed to the infection, and after that got vaccinated. The vaccine, based upon all the data offered, does not cause you to test favorable in a

    PCR test after you have actually received it. It will, however, potentially make an antibody test turn favorable. Which is not a bad thing, Shah states, and it does not indicate you have actually COVID.

    SUNDAY, JANUARY 10

    The Maine CDC reported no additional COVID-19-related deaths

    Sunday.

    The state death toll stands at 432 deaths.

    The Maine CDC reported 279 additional COVID-19 cases Sunday.

    Of the 29,298 total COVID-19 cases in Maine, 24,430 are confirmed by tests and 4,868 are likely. 1,158 Mainers have been hospitalized at some point throughout their COVID-19 diseases. 11,735 Mainershave finished COVID-19 isolation. Currently, there are 191 Mainers hospitalized with COVID-19 54 of those Mainers remain in important care and 24 are on ventilators.

    The Maine CDC is set up to offer the next state coronavirus upgrade at 2 p.m. Monday. NEWS CENTER Maine will stream it

    reside on air, along with on our site, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and mobile app.

    SATURDAY, JANUARY 9

    The Maine CDC reported 6 additional COVID-19-related deaths Saturday.

    The state death toll now stands at 432 deaths. The Maine CDC reported 612 additional COVID-19 cases Saturday. Of the 29,019 total COVID-19 cases in Maine, 24,218 are validated by tests and 4,801 are likely. 1,158 Mainers have been hospitalized at some time during their COVID-19 diseases. 11,728 Mainers have actually finished COVID-19 seclusion. Currently, there are 205 Mainers hospitalized with COVID-19

    56 of those Mainers are in crucial care and 26 are on ventilators. The Maine CDC is scheduled to offer the next state coronavirus upgrade at 2 p.m. Monday. NEWS CENTER Maine will stream it live on air, as well as on our site, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and mobile app. WEEKDAY MAINE CORONAVIRUS UPDATES THE COVID-19 DATA MAINE COVID-19 RESOURCES NEWS CENTER Maine CORONAVIRUS STORY PLAYLIST Source: newscentermaine.com
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