Every Saturday I plan to provide a weekly look at some of the significant numbers related to cases of Coronavirus in Maryland and Howard County via weekly tracking charts.

Here is the weekly tracking chart looking at the total number of reported cases in Maryland and Howard County:

Here are the weekly tracking charts of the number of deaths in Maryland and in Howard County (I still believe that this should be a critical metric to watch closely going forward):

Here is the weekly tracking chart of hospitalizations in Maryland (I do not have this data for Howard County put together yet):

Here is the weekly numbers for new ICU and Acute Hospital Beds for COVID-19, Currently in Use:

I may look to add additional charts in the future as I obtain additional data.

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

Here is a site to watch for information on Maryland cases: https://phpa.health.maryland.gov/Pages/Novel-coronavirus.aspx

Here is the site to keep an eye on in Howard County for updates: https://www.howardcountymd.gov/Departments/Health/MM-Alerts-and-Recalls

This is a good site to keep up to date with the latest coronavirus updates worldwide:  (Worldometer) https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/ or (Johns Hopkins) https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html.

A local blog reader has put together this really great and informative Google spreadsheet with some great data. Be sure to give it a look daily: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19a2ACAQVz_Vi2UIcD-byZXKttTmUd8js6-kd3qLO-Ac/edit#gid=280098391

Scott E

Note: Daily updates going forward will happen on Monday, Wednesday and Friday (unless something significant needs to be reported on the other days) during the week. 

3 COMMENTS

  1. Something to look at is the zip code metrics. We really need granular data that displays how many people are being added to the covid roster in our neighborhoodd. Seeing that I live in a zip code with 1 in every 232 people having tested positive really opened my eyes.

  2. Very nice, thanks for doing this. I think it is also important to note the age groups of the cases, if only for HoCo

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