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

The downward trend in cases is also reflected in decreased hospitalizations because of the virus.

Knox County reported Monday no additional COVID-19 cases in the past day.

Since the pandemic began in mid-March 2020, Knox County has had 1,139 cases and six deaths. The number of people who were hospitalized in Knox County at some point since the pandemic began remained at 36.

The CDC also reports 46,431 vaccinations were administered in Knox County. This is an increase of 55 in the past day. This means 67% of all Knox County residents have had all required shots.

The number of vaccinations has slowed down and is below President Joe Biden's goal of 70 percent by July 4 and below what is considered herd immunity.

Lincoln County reported one additional case June 7.

Lincoln County has had 1,066 cases and three deaths since the pandemic began. The number of hospitalizations since the pandemic began remained at 24.

The CDC reported 41,788 vaccinations were administered in Lincoln County. This is an increase of 52 in the past day. Sixty-seven percent of residents had completed their vaccinations.

Waldo County reported one additional case on June 7.

Waldo County has had 1,036 cases. Thirty-five residents have hospitalized at some point from the virus since the pandemic began. Twenty-one people have died since the pandemic began 15 months ago.

The CDC reported 39,661 vaccinations were administered in Waldo County. This is an increase of 56 in the past day. Fifty-seven percent of residents have completed their vaccinations.

Statewide, there were 30 additional cases reported June 7. This is the fewest single-day numbers since Oct. 3.

Total cases since the pandemic began in Maine in mid-March is 68,262.

The CDC also reports that there have been 387 cases of COVID-19 in people who have been fully vaccinated.

There were no additional deaths reported statewide June 7, keeping the number at 839 since the pandemic began in mid-March 2020.

The number of people hospitalized at some point since the outbreak began is 2,039 an increase of three in the past day.

Currently, there are 61 people hospitalized in Maine with COVID-19, 26 in critical care units and 15 on ventilators. This is a continued downward trend in hospitalizations from the virus.

Of the 839 Maine people with COVID-19 who died, 427 were 80 years old or older, 209 were in their 70s, 89 were in their 60s, 37 in their 50s, 13 people in their 40s, one in their 30s, four in their 20s, and one younger than 20.

Cumberland County has seen the worst of the outbreak, with 197 of the deaths being residents from there. York County has had 131 deaths, 94 in Penobscot, 85 in Androscoggin, 72 in Kennebec, 66 in Oxford County, 46 in Aroostook, 38 in Hancock County, 33 in Somerset, 21 in Waldo County, 16 in Washington County, 15 in Franklin County, 10 in Sagadahoc, six in Piscataquis, six in Knox County and three in Lincoln County.