Since the first testing for COVID-19 in Maine, information and important notices from community and state officials, business owners and educators have flowed to our inboxes at a rapid pace.
So, the Pilot established a resource page, a collection center for all the alerts and vital information our readers need to know.
Innovative solutions, before long, were brought to our attention, easing life for everyone as we move through these unfamiliar sequestering days.
As the state deals with a surge of new cases, and tries to figure out normalcy, we are sharing information as it rolls in.
The latest information will appear at the top of the page, and the top of the subsections appearing within the sidebar.
Stay healthy, keep your distance, wear a mask, and keep your chin up!
Gov. Mills launches $40 million grant program to support tourism, hospitality and retail small businesses
State awards $5.6 million to build high speed internet infrastructure for students in underserved communities
With COVID-19 surge, Pen Bay Medical Center, Waldo County General Hospital adopt new visitor restrictions
Maine Principals’ Association cancels state cross country championships amid statewide rise in COVID-19 cases
Camden Hills Regional High School students go to hybrid 2 schedule, with latest pandemic public health classification
Morrill saddened by death of First Selectman; town office staff had been quarantined following COVID-19 exposure
‘This is not about shutting down, but about hunkering down’: Gov. Mills, Dr. Shah urge citizens to control COVID-19 spread
Rockland Woodlands Memory Care facility manager issues statement about COVID-19 affecting residents, staff
UPDATE: Maine CDC investigates COVID-19 cases at Rockland memory care facility, continues focus on Waldo County outbreak
Oct. 26 update: Knox, Waldo counties combine for eight new COVID-19 cases, two recoveries, two hospitalizations
Amid COVID-19 county outbreak, MVHS ends fall sports, SDHS hopeful to continue, BAHS eyes intramural option
Waldo County COVID-19 outbreak grows to 46 cases, including case ‘potentially’ associated with Searsport’s Bayview Manor
Updated: Athletics suspended for Waldo County students through week’s end after fourth positive COVID-19 case
Oct. 17 update: Waldo adds seven new cases, Lincoln and Knox add two each; Knox records three recoveries
Gov. Mills promises to protect Maine teleworkers, ensure educational tax credit program amid pandemic
Maine DHHS invests $1 million in federal funds to support infection prevention in congregate settings
Governor announces Phase 2 of Maine Economic Recovery Grant Program funding for expanded pool of businesses
Dept. of Administrative and Financial Services delivers proposed budget recommendations to Gov. Mills
MPA, Mills administration reach ‘consensus’ on fall sports guidelines; finalized plans to be released Thursday
This is why, and how, Camden Hills Regional High School decided not to participate in traditional fall sports
Fall sports to be delayed additional week; sports, education, health officials and Gov. Mills release statements
For pastor and Islesboro church founder at center of East Millinocket wedding, sin is ‘a pandemic worse than the coronavirus’
Camden Hills parents circulate petition, plan rally opposing school decision to scrap traditional fall sports
Superintendent requests delaying school start for Camden Hills Regional High, Camden-Rockport middle, elementary schools
As lawmakers clash over reconvening, dozens of bills affecting criminal justice reform hang in the balance
Maine makes nearly $1 million child health investment; temporary MaineCare payments to boost well child visits, vaccinations, dental care
Gov. Mills: Decisions about returning to classrooms must be based on public health data and not on politics
Adult education programs to provide laptops to remote learners through Maine Community Foundation grant
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Maine’s COVID-19 Cases
For an archive of daily postings about COVID-19 statistics in the State of Maine, since early March, see the bottom of this sidebar.