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

This page is updated using preliminary data from the state of Maryland, which releases figures at about 10 a.m. daily, and the Johns Hopkins University of Medicine.

Editor’s note: Due to a ransomware attack, the coronavirus.maryland.gov site has been unable to fully report updated data since Saturday, Dec. 4. Cases, deaths, positivity rate, hospitalizations and vaccinations were updated on Jan. 21.

COVID-19 statistics as of Jan. 21 (with change from previous day in parentheses):

Confirmed cases: 927,097 (+4,736)
Confirmed deaths: 12,751 (+67)
Currently hospitalized: 2,746 (-237) acute care: 2,249 (-202) intensive care: 497 (-35)
Fully vaccinated: 4,356,140 first dose: 4,593,129 (+5,621) second dose: 4,025,236 (+4,905) single dose: 330,904 (+124) booster doses: 1,916,538 (+13,007)
Jan. 20 Testing positive: 17.14% (-0.86%)
Jan. 20 Johns Hopkins 7-day positive average: 17.78% (-0.93%)

Editor’s Notes:

The state occasionally revises data on deaths attributed to COVID-19 as amendments to the death record are received. That can sometimes result in deaths being removed from the total.

No deaths were reported on Sept. 18 or Sept. 19 due to maintenance on the Vital Statistics Administration’s Electronic Death Registration System, the state announced. The deaths reported Sept. 21 reflected three days’ totals.

The state announced on May 27 that 517 deaths previously not classified as being caused by COVID-19 have been added to the statewide total after “an information reconciliation process.”

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