ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland is reporting a new low COVID-19 positivity rate statewide, but state officials are concerned about the rate in Worcester County on the Eastern Shore.
Gov. Larry Hogan announced Sunday that Maryland’s seven-day average positivity rate has dropped to 3.75%. The state says that’s the lowest level reported since the pandemic began.
The administration also says that the daily positivity rate also is at a record low. Out of a record 40,473 tests, 2.72% came back positive.
The positivity rate is above 5% in Prince George’s, Queen Anne’s and Worcester counties.
It is 5.53% in Prince George’s and 5.05% in Queen Anne’s.
While the 6.23% positivity rate in Worcester has started to plateau, state officials say it remains a concern.
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