Maryland COVID-19 charts: confirmed cases, hospitalization and other data over time

This page was updated Oct. 28, using data from the state of Maryland, which releases figures around 10 a.m. daily.

As of Oct. 28, there have been 142,425 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Maryland, an increase of 684 cases from the previous day. There have been 3,969 deaths, 16,910 have been hospitalized and 8,117 have been released from isolation.

Also, data showed 387 people in acute care beds and 114 in intensive care beds, for a total of 501 currently hospitalized.

As of Oct. 27, the latest data available from Maryland showed the 7-day average percentage of positive tests was 3.36%. The Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, which uses a different method of computing that figure, showed Maryland at 2.6%.


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