Montgomery County COVID-19 Statistics
Since the first case in March, 775 county residents have died from COVID-19. This is an increase of one death since Wednesday, according to the health department. The number of probable deaths is 39.
Here's a look at Montgomery County's coronavirus data dashboard for Wednesday, Aug. 19: pic.twitter.com/sexO9duQHK
— MyMCMedia (@mymcmedia) August 19, 2020
More Montgomery County residents have died due to COVID-19 than any other jurisdiction in the state. Prince George’s has thus far lost 749 residents, the second-highest number in the state.
The seven-day rolling average for test positivity, according to the state health department, is 2.76%. Montgomery County’s seven-day average is lower than the following jurisdictions when it comes to seven-day test positivity rate: Baltimore (3.6%), Baltimore City (3.99%), Charles (4.36%), Dorchester (4.57%), Hartford (3.51%), Howard (2.81%), Prince George’s (4.93%), Queen Anne’s (3.79%), Somerset (4.18%), Wicomico (3.59%), and Worcester (3.72%).
The state’s seven-day rolling average for test positivity is 3.29%. On Tuesday, Maryland saw its lowest test positivity rate of 3.21%. Gov. Larry Hogan tweeted that Thursday marks the first time all 24 Maryland “jurisdictions are reporting positivity rates below 5%.”
Statewide, we are reporting a seven-day average positivity rate of 3.29% and a daily positivity rate of 3.49%. There are 455 total #COVID19 hospitalizations with 107 ICU beds in use.
— Governor Larry Hogan (@GovLarryHogan) August 20, 2020
Maryland COVID-19 Statistics
As of Thursday morning, there have been 102,229 confirmed cases throughout the state. That is an increase of 580 cases, or 0.57%, in the last 24 hours. COVID-19 has claimed the lives of 3,531 Marylanders, 9 since Wednesday.
Currently, 455 Marylanders are hospitalized with COVID-19, which is 20 less than Wednesday. Of those patients, 107 are in intensive care.
A total of 32,651 cases and 1,447 deaths involve the state’s African American community.
The statewide positivity rate is now 3.29%.
— Maryland Department of Health (@MDHealthDept) August 20, 2020
Here are the statewide statistics as of Thursday, Aug. 20. The first column is for the number of cases. The next column is the number of deaths, which is in parentheses. The second number in that column is the number of probable deaths. (Click the tweet to enlarge.)
Here are the statewide statistics as of Thursday, Aug. 20. The first column is for the number of cases. The next column is the number of deaths, which is in parentheses. The second number in that column is the number of probable deaths. (Click the tweet to enlarge.) pic.twitter.com/BBaNHLKWaZ
— MyMCMedia (@mymcmedia) August 20, 2020