COVID-19 In Maryland: Positivity Sees Decrease As State Passes 10,000 Total DeathsMaryland reported 1,330 new COVID-19 cases and 21 deaths, according to state health department data released Thursday morning.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Over 1,100 New Cases Reported, 11 DeathsMaryland reported 1,189 new COVID-19 cases and 11 deaths, according to state health department data released Wednesday morning.
COVID-19 In Maryland: 1,094 New Cases, 15 Deaths Reported TuesdayMaryland reported 1,094 new COVID-19 cases and 15 deaths, according to state health department data released Tuesday morning.
COVID-19 In Maryland: 1,103 New Cases, 13 Deaths ReportedMaryland reported 1,103 new COVID-19 cases and 13 deaths, according to state health department data released Monday morning.
COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 1.1K New Cases & 16 Deaths Reported SundayMaryland reported 1,150 new COVID-19 cases and 16 deaths, according to state health department data released Sunday morning.
COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 1K New Cases & 20 Deaths Reported SaturdayMaryland reported 1,376 new COVID-19 cases and 20 deaths, according to state health department data released Saturday morning.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Cases Jump To 1,553 But Positivity Rate Remains FlatMaryland reported 1,553 new COVID-19 cases and 15 deaths, according to state health department data released Friday morning. The percentage of people testing positive decreased by 0.02, currently sitting at 4.67%.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Cases Jump Over 900, Positivity Rate Remains Flat
Police Investigating Murder-Suicide In Columbia Sunday NightHoward County Police are investigating a murder-suicide discovered in Columbia Sunday night. 
COVID-19 Now 3rd-Leading Cause Of Death In The U.S., Johns Hopkins SaysCoronavirus is now the third leading cause of death in the U.S., according to the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
US Sees 20% More Deaths Than Expected This Year, Most Due To COVID-19; Maryland Among States With Biggest Jump, Research FindsDuring the coronavirus pandemic so far, there were 20% more deaths than would normally be expected from March 1 through August 1 in the United States -- with Covid-19 officially accounting for about two-thirds of them, according to new research published Monday in the medical journal JAMA.