Maryland’s COVID-19 Positivity Rate Drops Below 3%, ICU Levels Drop to Six-Month Low
Case Rate Down 95%, Positivity Rate Down 90%, Hospitalizations
Down 84% Since Omicron Peak
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ANNAPOLIS, MD (STL.News) Governor Larry Hogan announced that the State of Maryland’s COVID-19 positivity rate has dropped below 3% for the first time since early November, as the state’s health metrics continue to decline.
Positivity Rate: 2.92%. Since peaking last month just below 30%, Maryland’s COVID-19 positivity rate has declined by 90.2%. This is the first time the positivity rate has been below 3% since Nov.. 6, 2021. The state is reporting the fourth lowest positivity rate in the nation.
Hospitalizations: 540, ICU: 107. Since peaking last month just below 3,500, Maryland’s COVID-19 hospitalizations have declined by 84.3%. COVID-19 ICU levels statewide have dropped to their lowest level since Aug. 10, 2021.
Case Rate: 11.3/100K. Maryland’s COVID-19 case rate has declined by 94.9% since the Omicron peak, and the state continues to report the country’s lowest case rate.
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