Last week (May 12th) seven jurisdictions in Maryland had moved into the “Medium” level of CDC COVID-19 Community Level: Montgomery County, Howard County, Baltimore City, Kent County, Wicomico County, Somerset County and Worcester County. Additional jurisdictions have moved into the “Medium” category as of May 19th:
- Anne Arundel County
- Baltimore County
- Cecil County
- Charles County
- Harford County
- Prince George’s County
This brings the total number of jurisdictions in Maryland to 13 in the “Medium” category for COVID-19 Community Level per the CDC.
Carroll County remains low as of May 19th. Here is the latest published in formation from the CDC:
Note: The COVID-19 Community Level and associated metrics presented above are updated by the CDC weekly on Thursday.
Here is a look at the highest vaccinated jurisdictions in Maryland as of May 19th: https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/
Of note: 4 of the top 5 vaccinated jurisdictions (Montgomery, Howard, Anne Arundel and Prince George’s) have all moved into the “medium” COVID-19 Community Level per the CDC. Carroll County currently ranks 8th in vaccination rate in Maryland with 72.4% of the population fully vaccinated.
COVID-19 Positivity rate continues to rise in Carroll County and is now over 16%: https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/
Recent COVID-19 positivity rates in Carroll County:
- 1.66% on March 22nd
- 5.15% on May 1st
- 14.92% on May 16th
- 16.25% on May 19th
Positive rate for the state of Maryland on May 19th is 8.12%