See coronavirus test results from DC, Maryland and Virginia as they are updated.
Editor’s note: The Maryland Department of Health resumed data reporting on December 20 after a two-week hiatus due to an apparent cyberattack. Some earlier data from this period is still not available; cases and deaths will be populated as they are added.
The WTOP continues to track key metrics of the COVID-19 pandemic using public data from state health agencies and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The deployment of vaccines has significantly reduced transmission rates after their increase during the 2020 winter holidays. But the pandemic is not over: the emergence of new, more infectious strains, most recently the delta and omicron variants, constitutes a serious threat to communities with large numbers of unvaccinated people.
Our tracker is updated daily with state level data for Maryland and weekdays for DC and Virginia. For a more local perspective, the maps at the bottom of this page show new cases and total deaths per capita, county by county.
Note that due to weekend reporting gaps, the Virginia and DC trendlines may appear to drop sharply on Saturdays and Sundays until updates resume on Monday evening.
The interactive national maps below, provided by The Associated Press, are automatically updated once a day and show the seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases per capita and total deaths. See how your region compares to the rest of the country.
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