CDC reports 52 cases of COVID-19 in Maine, 0 in Washington County

The Maine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announces its daily findings on COVID-19 every day at noon via their website,

Today's report announced 42 confirmed cases in Maine and 10 presumptive positive cases.

Since the first Maine case was identified on March 12, most cases in the state have been centered in Cumberland County, which today accounts for 25 of the 52 combined cases. Today marks the first case in Penobscot County, where one woman in Bangor is confirmed positive. Twelve cases list unknown county of origin.

As of today,  Maine CDC has tested 2,056 people. 


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