The three Midcoast counties saw a combined 28 additional cases of COVID-19 in the past day, according to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention Wednesday.

Knox County reported seven additional COVID-19 cases in the past day Wednesday.

Since the pandemic began in mid-March 2020, Knox County has had 1,026 cases and five deaths. The number of people who were hospitalized in Knox County at some point since the pandemic began in mid-March remained at 32.

The CDC also reports 38,600 vaccinations were administered in Knox County, 20,393 with the first doses and 18,207with the second doses. This is an increase of 207 in the past day. This means 61% of all Knox County residents have had at least one vaccination and 54% all required shots.

Lincoln County reported 11 additional cases May 5.

Lincoln County has had 914 cases and two deaths since the pandemic began. The number of hospitalizations since the pandemic began remained at 21.

The CDC reported 34,705 vaccinations were administered in Lincoln County — 19,168 first doses and 15,537 second doses. This is an increase of 319 in the past day.

Waldo County reported 10 additional cases May 5.

Waldo County has had 876 cases and 19 deaths. Thirty-one residents have hospitalized at some point from the virus since the pandemic began.

The CDC reported 33,004 vaccinations were administered in Waldo County — 17,645 first doses and 15,359 second doses. This is an increase of 232.

Statewide, there were 348 additional cases reported May 5.

Total cases since the pandemic began in Maine in mid-March is 62,857.

There was one additional death reported May 5, keeping the number at 791 since the pandemic began in mid-March 2020. The death was a woman in her 60s from Androscoggin County.

The number of people hospitalized at some point since the outbreak began is 1,881, an increase of nine in the past day.

Currently, there are 126 people hospitalized in Maine with COVID-19, 56 in critical care units and 24 on ventilators.

Of the 791 Maine people with COVID-19 who died, 419 were 80 years old or older, 203 were in their 70s, 75 were in their 60s, 34 in their 50s, 13 people in their 40s, one in their 30s and four in their 20s.

Cumberland County has seen the worst of the outbreak, with 189 of the deaths being residents from there. York County has had 130 deaths, 90 in Penobscot, 72 in Androscoggin, 68 in Kennebec, 62 in Oxford County, 45 in Aroostook, 36 in Hancock County, 29 in Somerset, 19 in Waldo County, 15 in Washington County, 12 in Franklin County, 10 in Sagadahoc, six in Piscataquis, five in Knox County and two in Lincoln County.