The kids still had camp in the morning. I was officially on vacation from work and my mornings were spent doing yard work. I allocated about 1 hour per day for weeding, trimming, and pruning. It was equal measures rewarding and exhausting.
To keep these charts clean, I established a threshold of 50 confirmed cases to be separately listed in this chart. On 4/1/2020, Dorchester county reported its first confirmed case. On 4/2/2020, Allegany, the last to fall, reported its first case. On 4/5/2020 Harford crossed the 50 confirmed case threshold.
On 3/27/2020, Charles, Frederick, Harford counties crossed the 15 case threshold, as did Carroll county on 3/29. As of 3/29/2020, Allegany and Dorchester remain the only counties in Maryland with no reported confirmed cases.
Update: I stopped updating these charts on 8/1/2020. Maryland and the DMV region cases have generally remained on a steady decline – thankfully.
I live in the DC area and want to know what the situation looks like locally. I’m not a fan of lists of numbers, or big red dots. They don’t tell me much. I want graphs showing changes over time. I want to see if things are trending better or worse.
Below are charts to help me ‘see’ what is happening. These are charts I cannot find anywhere else and compliment the other sources provided at the bottom of the post. The data is from credible sources, cited below.