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Another Mainer has died as health officials reported 192 more coronavirus cases across the state on Sunday.
The number of coronavirus cases diagnosed in the last 14 days across the state is 3,623. This is an estimate of the current number of active cases in the state, as the Maine CDC no longer tracks the recoveries of all patients. It has dropped from 3,907 on Saturday.
The death toll across the state is now 802.
Sunday’s report brings the total number of coronavirus cases in Maine to 65,715, according to the Maine CDC. That exceeds Saturday’s 65,523.
Of these, 48,348 have been confirmed positive, while 17,367 were classified as “probable cases,” the Maine CDC reported.
The new case rate in the state was 1.43 cases per 10,000 residents and the total case rate in the state was 491.
Most cases have been detected in Mainers at the age of twenty, while Mainers over the age of 80 are the majority of deaths. More cases and deaths have been reported in women than in men.
For a complete breakdown of the age and sex of case demographics, hospitalizations, and deaths, use the interactive chart below.
To date, 1,933 men have been hospitalized at some point with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus. Information on those currently hospitalized was not immediately available.
The total state hospitalization rate on Sunday was 14.44 patients per 10,000 residents.
Cases have been reported in Androscoggin (7,963), Aroostook (1,790), Cumberland (16,851), Franklin (1,305), Hancock (1,296), Kennebec (6,203), Knox (1,097), Lincoln (996), Oxford (3,482). ), Penobscot Counties (5,803), Piscataquis (510), Sagadahoc (1,394), Somerset (2,092), Waldo (961), Washington (855) and York (13,117).
For a complete breakdown of the county by county data, use the interactive graph below.
On Sunday morning, the coronavirus had sickened 32,924,375 people in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands and the U.S. Virgin Islands, in addition to causing 585,708 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine.