President Joe Biden last night, March 12, said all states should be able to have every adult eligible for a coronavirus vaccine by May 1. Today, Gov. Janet Mills said Maine is on board.
According to WGME:
To date, more than 302,000 Maine people have received their first dose of the vaccine – more than 22 percent of our population, with more than 13 percent being fully vaccinated. To date, approximately 55 percent of Maine people age 60 or older have received at least a first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, with 27 percent completing the vaccine series. In Maine, 98 percent of deaths from COVID-19 have been people aged 50 and older.
All adult Mainers will eligible for COVID-19 vaccine by May 1: https://t.co/9qTIo9wgFo pic.twitter.com/eDQDclT0rV
— CBS 13 News (@WGME) March 12, 2021
BREAKING: All Mainers under age 50 will be eligible to get vaccinated beginning May 1.https://t.co/OrMwkjjpCZ pic.twitter.com/4CQA5wiz6p
— Bangor Daily News (@bangordailynews) March 12, 2021
#BREAKING: All adults in Maine will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine by May 1, Gov. Janet Mills says https://t.co/lkihNf1ost
— NEWS CENTER Maine (@newscentermaine) March 12, 2021