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The rate of positive coronavirus tests in Maryland has increased for five of the past seven days, state data show.
The number of Marylanders hospitalized in intensive care units due to coronavirus reached its lowest point since March on Thursday, according to data that the state released today.
Of the 358 residents currently hospitalized with COVID-19, 266 are in acute care and 92 are in intensive care.
After 176 years, the Maryland Historical Society is rebranding itself as the Maryland Center for History and Culture.
Coronavirus-related hospitalizations in Maryland increased for the third consecutive day, state data show.
After Maryland’s COVID-19 hospitalizations fell to 341 on Sunday, they rose to 362 on Monday, 365 on Tuesday and 370 today.
After closing its doors in March because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Walters Art Museum will reopen Sept. 16 at 25 percent capacity and with other COVID-19 protocol in place.
Maryland’s coronavirus-related hospitalizations, cases and deaths experienced slight increases, according to data that the state released today.
At least 113,239 Marylanders have tested positive for COVID-19, while 1,297,359 have tested negative as of Tuesday morning, according to the Maryland Department of Health’s COVID-19 Case Map Dashboard.
Maryland’s coronavirus caseload rose by 356, an increase of 0.3 percent.