AUGUSTA — The Maine CDC has updated COVID-19 confirmed and probable case data by ZIP code.
With the data update, the Maine CDC continues to urge all individuals in Maine — resident or not — to abide by all established COVID-19 guidelines no matter the number of cases within their particular ZIP code.
Do not rely solely on ZIP Code data when making decisions on what you should or should not do amid the pandemic, Maine CDC Director Dr. Nirav Shah says.
“While interesting and informative, the ZIP Code data is not a tool to calculate risk of engaging in certain activities,” said Dr. Shah.
As per Maine CDC guidance, the below table is sorted by ZIP code since some ZIP codes could span multiple towns. As such, Maine CDC noted the data should not be directly broken down by town and referred to instead by ZIP code.
As of Jan. 21, Knox County has recorded 3,873 cases since March 2020; Waldo County has recorded 4,139 and Lincoln County has recorded 3,456.
The below data was last updated Jan. 19 by the Maine CDC using data as of Jan. 16. Data updates are provided once per week by the Maine CDC.
|ZIP Code||Probable and Confirmed Cases||Population|
|04645||1 to 5||73|
|04848||6 to 19||548|
|04853||20 to 49||381|
|04859||50 to 99||770|
|04863||20 to 49||1,274|
|04951||50 to 99||1,011|