COVID-19 latest: Maryland reports under 100 new cases, first time since March 2020
BALTIMORE, MD (WEAA) — Maryland health officials say fewer than 100 new coronavirus cases have been added within 24 hours, the first time since March 25 2020.
According to the Maryland Department of Health, 65 positive cases have been added since Tuesday morning. One month ago today, Maryland reported 939 new cases.
Governor Larry Hogan says, “Another major milestone as the state emerges from the pandemic”.
Records show, six virus-related deaths have been reported and 345 patients are currently hospitalized due to COVID-19.
The state’s positivity rate remains below 2%.
More than 70% of adults in the state have been fully vaccinated.
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Today, @MDHealthDept reports 460,060 confirmed cases of #COVID19 in Maryland.— Maryland Department of Health (@MDHealthDept) June 2, 2021
The statewide positivity rate is now 1.44%.
Maryland has 9,410 deaths, 3,490,363 negative tests and 10,684 patients have been released from isolation.https://t.co/9LEHaSDimJ pic.twitter.com/Zm7HyCOmS9