COVID-19 in Maryland: Hospitalizations decline, positivity rate at 3.24%
BALTIMORE, MD (WEAA) — Maryland is seeing a decrease in COVID-related hospitalizations.
Currently, 856 patients are hospitalized due to the virus.
Today, @MDHealthDept reports 384,765 confirmed cases of #COVID19 in Maryland.— Maryland Department of Health (@MDHealthDept) March 4, 2021
The statewide positivity rate is now 3.24%
Maryland has 7,740 deaths, 3,018,120 negative tests and 9,691 patients have been released from isolation.https://t.co/9LEHaSDimJ pic.twitter.com/3njtZPpWkL
The state’s positivity rate is also declining. Health officials report Maryland’s positivity rate is now 3.24%.
As of Thursday morning, 809 new positive coronavirus cases have been added.
Three more people have died from the virus.
Governor Larry Hogan issued a proclamation recognizing March 5 as a Day of Remembrance to honor Marylanders who have lost their lives due to COVID-19.
As we prepare to mark one year since the first confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Maryland, I have issued a proclamation recognizing March 5 as a Day of Remembrance to honor the more than 7700 Marylanders who have lost their lives to this deadly virus. Maryland flags will be lowered. pic.twitter.com/Ks8PsIOuhd— Governor Larry Hogan (@GovLarryHogan) March 4, 2021