Maryland Department of Health is reporting 199 confirmed cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Howard County (up 19 from yesterday) and 3,609 cases in Maryland (up 484 from yesterday) on April 5th.

Howard County Health Department is reporting 222 confirmed cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Howard County per their dashboard this morning:

As a reminder: The information is sourced from the Howard County Health Department and updates daily, it may differ from the Maryland Department of Health due to the timing of data collection.  

Here is the new daily update video from Scott E’s Blog on YouTube:

Notable items reported over the past 24 hours mentioned in the video:

Governor Larry Hogan today enacted an emergency order to protect residents and staff at Maryland nursing home facilities:…

A Giant Food employee at a store in Dundalk has tested positive for the coronavirus, the grocery chain confirmed Sunday morning:…

Here is tracking data of confirmed COVID-19 cases for Maryland and Howard County:

Here are the updated stats reported today:

COVID-19 Statistics in Maryland

Number of Confirmed Cases: 3609
Number of negative test results: 24,728
Number of Deaths: 67
Hospitalizations: 936 ever hospitalized
Released From Isolation: 159

Cases and Deaths by County (deaths):

Allegany 6
Anne Arundel 319,   (6)
Baltimore City 394,   (7)
Baltimore County 590,   (6)
Calvert 39,     (1)
Caroline 4
Carroll 142,   (8)
Cecil 36,      (1)
Charles 111,    (2)
Dorchester 1
Frederick 112,    (3)
Garrett 3
Harford 52
Howard 199,    (3)
Kent 5
Montgomery 693,    (13)
Prince George’s 785,    (16)
Queen Anne’s 13
St. Mary’s 40
Somerset 4
Talbot 7
Washington 34
Wicomico 11,      (1)
Worcester 9

Cases by Age Range and Gender:

0-9 16
10-19 69
20-29 422
30-39 638
40-49 666
50-59 736
60-69 546
70-79 354
80+ 162
Female: 1,915       Male: 1,694


Here are important links with data on Coronavirus (COVID-19) numbers:

Here is a site to watch for information on Maryland cases:

Here is the site to keep an eye on in Howard County for updates:

This is a good site to keep up to date with the latest coronavirus updates worldwide:  (Worldometer) or (Johns Hopkins)

Scott E