COVID-19 Case Tracker
Central Maine Community College will report here on any confirmed cases of a person with COVID-19 who has been on campus or at a college facility and may have exposed other members of the campus community.
Note that this count is partly based on self-reporting to the college. We cannot provide details about individual cases.
Anyone exposed to the virus by a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19 will be contacted directly by the college or Maine CDC.
Current COVID-19 cases at CMCC:
Two active cases. Members of the campus community are not considered close contacts, but those who did have contact with the individual have been notified and asked to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms.
Individual one was last on campus on Friday, March 12, in areas of Jalbert Hall including the Dining Commons.
Individual two was last on campus on Friday, April 2, in areas of Jalbert Hall and the Tower.
Recovered COVID-19 cases at CMCC for Fall 2020 and Spring 2021:
CMCC has recorded eleven confirmed cases of COVID-19 in individuals who have spent time on campus or in a college facility. Nine individuals have recovered and have been cleared to return to normal activities.