MARYLAND — More than 20,000 cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed in Maryland in the past month, according to state health data. There are about 64,300 people with the virus as of Sunday, the Maryland Department of Health reports.
One month ago — on May 21 — there were 43,531 confirmed cases, so Maryland has received 20,769 new positive results in the month since.
About 900 people have died in the past month from the virus in Maryland and about 400 fewer coronavirus patients are the in hospitals, data shows.
More than 565,000 coronavirus tests have been administered statewide.
See an interactive map of COVID-19 testing sites in Maryland.
Here are the latest case counts and other key metrics month-to-month, based on state data:
|March 21||190||3||Data not provided |
(earliest data was 108 on March 26)
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