The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention said Saturday there are 70 confirmed cases of the coronavirus across the state, with 2,264 negative cases.

Two people have recovered in Cumberland County where the largest number of confirmed cases are reported. One person has recovered in Androscoggin County.

Maine COVID-19 Testing Data  
Updated: March 21, 2020 at 1:30 PM  
Confirmed CasesNegative Tests 
70 2,264 
Confirmed and Recovered Case Counts by County   
County Confirmed Recovered 
Androscoggin 3 1 
Aroostook 0  
Cumberland 41 2 
Franklin 0  
Hancock 0  
Kennebec 4  
Knox 0  
Lincoln 4  
Oxford 4  
Penobscot 2  
Piscataquis 0  
Sagadahoc 1  
Somerset 0  
Waldo 0  
Washington 0  
York 8  
Unknown 3  

The Latest on COVID-19 in Maine:

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