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CDC updates COVID-19 cases by zip codes

By Stephen Betts | Jan 14, 2021
Photo by: Maine CDC

The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention updated Jan. 13 its case information broken down by zip codes.

The CDC updates these figures every two weeks.

In the region, Rockland had the most cases listed with 92 of its residents having been diagnosed with COVID-19.

Warren was next with 59 cases. Camden had 38 cases, Appleton/Union had 36 cases, Lincolnville 33, and Rockport 32 cases.

Thomaston had 30; Washington 20 to 49; and Waldoboro 20 to 49.

The following communities had six to 19 cases: Cushing, Friendship, Hope, North Haven, Owls Head, South Thomaston, Spruce Head, and Vinalhaven.

Islesboro and Tenants Harbor each had one to five cases.

Matinicus Island is not listed because it has too few residents and the CDC is concerned that releasing numbers would violate privacy rights of patients.

 

 

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Comments (2)
Posted by: Stephen Betts | Jan 14, 2021 10:05

That depends on what they say their residence is.



Posted by: Shawn Levasseur | Jan 14, 2021 09:52

Is the number of cases in Warren's figure include cases at the prison? Or is that something unknown?

 



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