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CDC Reports Two Coronavirus Deaths in Northern Maine

The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday reported two COVID-related deaths in northern Maine. One person who died was from Piscataquis County and the other was a resident of Penobscot County. The CDC also reported 13 new coronavirus cases across the state on Wednesday, the lowest daily...
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CDC investigating teen’s death days after receiving COVID-19 vaccine

Federal health officials are investigating after a Saginaw teen died just days after receiving the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The Saginaw County Health Department learned about the death from the county medical examiner on Thursday, June 17. The 13-year-old received a dose of the vaccine three days before his death.
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Maine CDC warns Mainers of dangerous COVID-19 variant

AUGUSTA — Health officials are warning Mainers about a potentially more dangerous variant of COVID-19. During Wednesday’s briefing, Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Nirav Shah said health officials are continuing to learn more about the Delta variant of the coronavirus. He said this variant is likely...
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VDH upgrades Delta variant of COVID-19 to ‘Variant of Concern’

RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) - The Virginia Department of Health (VDH) added the Delta variant to the Variants of Concern dashboard on Friday, June 18. This change follows the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) change in regards to the Delta variant status being updated from a variant of interest to a variant of concern.
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MIOSHA updates COVID emergency rules to align with federal OSHA

The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration is aligning COVID-19 emergency rules with federal OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard. The updated rules go into effect on June 22 and will expire on Dec. 22. The rules rescind the emergency rules issued on May 24. MIOSHA’s updated emergency rules focus on health...
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Maine CDC COVID-19 Update

Monday's report from the Maine Center for Disease Control includes just 18 new coronavirus cases across the state. Aroostook County has one new infection. There are an estimated 480 known active COVID cases in the state with 29 people hospitalized. Maine's seven day average for new cases is down to about 36 per day. So far, nearly 65% of Maine residents 12 and over have received a final dose of the COVID vaccine. In Aroostook County, about 57% of the population is vaccinated.
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