Md. COVID-19 numbers continue to fall, Gov. Hogan said
Md.  COVID-19 numbers continue to fall, Gov. Hogan said

Md. COVID-19 numbers continue to fall, Gov. Hogan said

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Maryland’s COVID-19 numbers continue to fall.

Governor Larry Hogan announced Monday morning that state hospital admissions have dropped to 398, which has fallen by more than 88% since the peak last month. ICU levels across the country have dropped to below 70 for the first time since July 31, 2021.

The state-wide COVID-19 positivity rate is at its lowest level since July 25, 2021 and currently stands at 2.25%. Locally, Wicomico County reports a 7-day average positivity of 5.09%.

The state also continues to report the country’s second lowest case, currently at 8.9 per capita. 100,000.

State officials continue to encourage Marylanders to get their booster shots to qualify for Tuesday’s $ 50,000 VaxCash 2.0 draw.


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