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CDC COVID-19 Community Level in Carroll County upgrades to Medium as seven jurisdictions in Maryland shift to High

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Last week (May 19th) 13 jurisdictions in Maryland had moved into the “Medium” level of CDC COVID-19 Community Level. This week (May 26th) the following jurisdictions in Maryland have moved to HIGH COVID-19 Community Level per the CDC:

  • Anne Arundel County
  • Baltimore City
  • Baltimore County
  • Dorchester County
  • Howard County
  • Kent County
  • Talbot County

Per the CDC – Recommended actions based on HIGH Community level:

Wear a mask indoors in public and on public transportation. Stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines. Get tested if you have symptoms. If you are at high risk for severe illness, consider taking additional precautions.


Carroll County has upgraded to Medium COVID-19 Community Level as of May 26th. Here is the latest published in formation from the CDC:

View additional data here: https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#county-view?list_select_state=Maryland&data-type=CommunityLevels&null=CommunityLevels&list_select_county=24013


Here is a look at the highest vaccinated jurisdictions in Maryland as of May 26th: https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/

Of note: 4 of the top 7 vaccinated jurisdictions (Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Howard and Talbot counties) have all moved into the “HIGH” COVID-19 Community Level per the CDC.


COVID-19 Positivity has recently begun to drop in Carroll County and is now at 14.11% (after hitting a high of 17.78% on May 21st during the most recent spike in numbers): https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/

The statewide COVID-19 Positivity rate for Maryland is at 8.48%.

Additional tracking of this data will continue here on The Observer.

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