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Declines in hospitalizations and in the rate of positive cases were cited by Gov. Larry Hogan when announcing Maryland’s move to Phase 2 of his recovery plan. This plan calls for robust testing, which could contribute to rises in newly confirmed cases. Reference the first graphic’s testing volume tab to see how many tests the state says were administered each day. The graphics on this page are based on daily updates from the state released around 10 every morning; except for testing volume and positivity rate, dates reflect when the state reported the data. Feedback? Email coordinators@baltsun.com.

Day by day: Confirmed Maryland cases, hospitalizations, deaths and negative tests

Testing volume and positivity rate data in the above graphic are based on the dates test results were electronically reported to the state. The positivity rate is the seven-day average reported by the state. To calculate the average, the state calculates the rate for each day (positive tests reported that day ÷ total tests reported that day), then averages the rates of the most recent seven days.

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Confirmed cases per capita by Maryland jurisdiction

Confirmed Maryland cases by age

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Confirmed Maryland cases by race/ethnicity

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