There seems to be some potential positive signs that we are starting to come out of the latest spike in COVID-19 cases in Maryland. Here is some of the latest data:
This week (June 2nd) only five jurisdictions in Maryland are in the HIGH COVID-19 Community Level per the CDC:
- Anne Arundel County
- Baltimore City
- Baltimore County
- Howard County
- Kent County
Note: Dorchester County was downgraded to Medium transmission level this week.
Carroll County was upgraded to Medium COVID-19 Community Level last week and remains at that level today.
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
COVID-19 Positivity continues to drop in Carroll County and is now at 11.35% (after hitting a high of 17.78% on May 21st). Positivity rate in Maryland has begun to fall since May 28th and is currently 8.04%: https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/
A look at the 7 Day Moving Average Case Rate per 100K in Maryland and in Carroll County shows a recent down trend with those numbers: https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/
Additional tracking of this data will continue here on The Observer until Carroll County falls back into the “Low” transmission level per the CDC.