COVID-19: Data Dashboard

Montgomery County Government is committed to the health and safety of all of our residents and to relying on science and data to make decisions regarding the reopening of our County. The Stay-at-Home Executive Order outlines a variety of measures that must be considered together in order to reopen in the safest and most appropriate manner while protecting public health. Below are graphs with the status of some of the key indicators.


Use the arrows above to navigate the charts.


Additional information that will be considered per the Executive Order:

Testing capacity to 5 percent of population on a monthly basis

  • Testing networks in place to offer high throughput testing  yellow - making progress
  • Leverage health care network to provide testing to symptomatic and asymptomatic patients  green - criteria met
  • Accessible testing options available across County utilizing a diverse network of options, including health care providers, alternative test sites, mobile testing units, etc. green - criteria met

Test positivity

  • Sustained flattening or decrease in test positivity  yellow - making progress

 Contact tracing

  • Continuing current efforts and partnering with State on state-driven, large-scale contact tracing effort that will allow for contacting cases within 24 hours upon receipt of results, and identified contacts within 48 hours  yellow - making progress

Prioritizing equity

  • Compiling and using data by race, gender, age, geographic location to inform policy decisions related to health outcomes  yellow - making progress
  • Ability to disseminate information, programming, and policies that address the impact of social determinants of health on Covid-19 outcomes  yellow - making progress
yellow - making progress Making progress        green - criteria met Criteria met
 

Montgomery County COVID-19 Cases by the Numbers


The information on the case count chart below is based on the Maryland Department of Health released on 6/2/20.   The count may be different from those reported by MD due to sources of reporting.  Cases with unknown sex/age are excluded.  We will be updating the case count chart on Tuesdays and Fridays.  For a daily updates on cases and deaths, scroll up to see Maryland's dashboard which is updated daily.  
Confirmed Cases
  Male Female Total
Age Group Count Rate* Count Rate* Count Rate
0-17     340     273.3        310       260.1      650    266.8
18-49  2,971   1396.2     2,941     1328.6   5,912  1361.7
50-64  1,355   1359.0     1,265     1141.2   2,620  1244.3
65+  1,006   1536.9     1,314     1521.7   2,320  1528.2
Total  5,672   1129.0     5,830     1084.2 11,502   1105.8

* Rates are per 100,000 population. ** The counts may be different than those reported by MDH due to sources of reporting. Cases with unknown sex/age are excluded.

Deaths 
  Male Female Total
Age Group Count Rate* Count Rate* Count Rate
0-17     0     0.0     0     0.0      0     0.0
18-49   23   10.8     7     3.2    30     6.9
50-64   53   53.2   13   11.7    66   31.3
65+ 232 354.4 256 296.5  488 321.5
Total 308   61.3 276   51.3  584   56.1
Race/Ethnicity Count Rate*
NH-White 283 62.7
NH-Black  138 71.7
NH-Asian   53 32.9
Hispanic    90 43.5
Other  20  
Total 584 56.1


* Rates are per 100,000 population. ** Deaths with unknown sex/age are excluded.

The information on the case count chart above is based on the Maryland Department of Health released on 6/2/20.
The count may be different from those reported by MD due to sources of reporting.  Cases with unknown sex/age are excluded.
We will be updating the case count chart on Tuesdays and Fridays.

  Case Death Case Fatality Rate*
Nursing Home 1,680 306 18.2
Non-Nursing Home  9,556 251 2.6
Total 11,236 557 5.0

* Case Fatality Rate= (No of Deaths/No of Cases)*100

The information on the case count chart above is based on the Maryland Department of Health released on 6/2/20.
The count may be different from those reported by MD due to sources of reporting.  Cases with unknown sex/age are excluded.
We will be updating the case count chart on Tuesdays and Fridays.