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885 new coronarivus cases, 25 recorded additional deaths

Figures represent data collected by the Maine CDC since Saturday
Published: Oct. 26, 2021 at 9:10 AM EDT
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Maine (WABI) - The Maine CDC is reporting 25 more deaths of Mainers with COVID-19.

19 of those are from a vital records review.

The Maine CDC says the deaths including two residents of Androscoggin County, one resident of Cumberland County, two residents of Franklin County, one resident of Hancock County, seven residents of Penobscot County, one resident of Sagadahoc County, three residents of Somerset County, two residents of Waldo County, and six resident of York County. Thirteen were women and 12 were men. One was between 30 and 39 years old; two were between 40 and 49 years old; one was between 50 and 59 years old; six were between 60 and 69 years old; three were between 70 and 79 years old, while 12 were age 80 or older.

Latest case numbers and vaccination rates for Maine
Latest case numbers and vaccination rates for Maine(WABI TV)

There are also 885 new cases of coronavirus since Saturday.

6,183 new COVID vaccinations were given out according to the state’s vaccination dashboard.

Of those, 1,673 are booster shots.

67.69% of Mainers are now fully vaccinated against the virus.

County by county breakdown of newly released coronavirus cases according to Maine CDC
County by county breakdown of newly released coronavirus cases according to Maine CDC(WABI TV)

There are 90 new cases in Penobscot County.

84 in Kennebec, 75 in Somerset, 42 in Waldo and 28 in Hancock counties.

At last check, there were 215 people in the hospital with COVID-19.

79 are in critical care.

30 are on a ventilator.

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