Maine travelers who don’t have insurance may be affected by an outbreak of coronavirus, according to a state report released Tuesday.
In Maine, travelers with insurance must get a copy of their insurance policy from their doctor, according the report from the state Department of Health and Human Services.
If the policy doesn’t include insurance, they can get an exemption from the law.
Travelers who don�t have insurance but still need to obtain insurance must obtain it from a doctor.
If you�re uninsured, you�ll need to find a doctor who can prescribe an emergency medicine or a COVID-19 vaccine, the report said.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the first case of the coronaviral illness in the United States has been reported in Portland, Maine, on Feb. 10.
The state reported that the first coronaviruses cases are confirmed in three cases in Maine.
It has had at least four cases in the state in the past two weeks, and more are being reported in the metro area.
Maine has been declared a high-risk area for COVID, with a high rate of coronatological laboratory tests showing a higher than usual amount of virus in samples tested.
The outbreak in Maine began March 8, when the Maine Department of Public Health said a man was diagnosed with COVID and two others were diagnosed with the virus on March 9.
A man was also found to have COVID antibodies and was placed on the state�s no-travel list for 30 days, according with a news release.
Maine�s health department has since removed the no-tolerance policy and the state has not seen any cases of infection in Maine in the two weeks since it was implemented, the department said.