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Five more Mainers with COVID-19 have died, and the state Center for Disease Control added another 252 cases of the disease on Wednesday.

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Members of the LGBTQ and ally community will gather Wednesday evening to celebrate the Transgender Day of Visibility.

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With a large increase in vaccine doses this week, Maine CDC officials say now is the best time for residents over age 50 to get their shot.

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Maine has surpassed 50,000 cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began.

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The first case of a coronavirus variant originally discovered in Brazil has now been detected in Maine.

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Maine will receive a significant increase in vaccine allocations next week.

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The state of Maine launched a new COVID-19 vaccine registration website yesterday.

The oldest pending federal court case in Maine is one step closer to resolution.

The University of Maine System on Tuesday announced $2 million in grants to bolster internet infrastructure and improve education and telehealth access across rural Maine.

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As Maine expands vaccine eligibility to those over 50 on Tuesday, state officials say a large percentage of older Mainers have already been vaccinated.

The debate over Maine’s mandatory annual vehicle inspection is back.

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The Maine Center for Disease Control has added 178 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, and no new deaths.

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The Maine Center for Disease Control has added 238 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday — a third consecutive day over 200, but a slight drop from yesterday. One more death has been reported.

The Maine CDC has identified a total of 48,070 cases in the state since the pandemic began and 728 Mainers have died.

Agency Director Dr. Nirav Shah says the state expects about 35,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine next week, with a likely increase later this month and into April.

More than 560,000 doses have now been administered to Mainers.

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Police in Portland and South Portland have asked for a yearlong, outside review to evaluate their departments’ recent history of policing related to race.

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New cases of COVID-19 appear to be rising among younger people in the state.

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