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 three phases of reopening of our County.

The County follows the guidance in the Executive Order for Phase 2 (PDF) along with a variety of measures that must be considered in order to continue the reopening process in the safest and most appropriate manner while protecting public health.

The graphs and tables on this page show the status of some of the key indicators.

See State of Maryland Covid-19 Data Dashboard

Navigate the charts with the arrows above.

On June 3, 2020, the public-facing Montgomery County COVID-19 Dashboard methodology for monitoring COVID-19 related metrics was altered to align closer with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Gating Criteria and Phase-specific Thresholds Guidance (PDF). Please visit the methodology section of the dashboard to view the detailed criteria and calculations for the metrics shown above.


Additional information that will be considered per the Executive Order for Phase 2 (PDF)

KEY:
  • Making progress
  • Criteria met

Testing capacity to 5 percent of population on a monthly basis

  • Status: Making progress - Testing networks in place to offer high throughput testing
  • Status: Criteria met - Leverage health care network to provide testing to symptomatic and asymptomatic patients
  • Status: 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.

Test positivity

  • Status: Criteria met - Sustained flattening or decrease in test positivity

Contact tracing

  • Status: Criteria met - 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

Prioritizing equity

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

Montgomery County COVID-19 Cases by the Numbers

The information in the case count charts is based on the Maryland Department of Health data released on 7/10/2020.

  • The counts may be different from those reported by Maryland, due to sources of reporting.
  • Cases with unknown sex/age are excluded.
  • Rates are per 100,000 population.
  • Case Fatality Rate = (Number of Deaths/Number of Cases)*100

We update the case count chart on Tuesdays and Fridays. For a daily updates on cases and deaths, see Maryland's dashboard at the top of this page.

Confirmed Cases
Age Group Male Female Total
Count Rate Count Rate Count Rate
0-17 years     552      443.6       514     431.3   1,066    437.6
18-49 years  4,050    1903.2    4,067   1837.3  8,117  1869.6
50-64 years  1,776    1781.2    1,633   1473.2   3,409  1619.0
65+ years  1,319    2015.1    1,695   1962.9   3,014  1985.4
Total  7,697    1532.1    7,909    1470.8 15,606  1500.4
Deaths
Age Group Male Female Total
Count Rate Count Rate Count Rate
0-17 years     0     0.0     0     0.0     0
18-49 years   28   13.2   10     4.5    38     8.8
50-64 years   72   72.2   19   17.1    91   43.2
65+ years 284 433.9 304 352.0  588 387.3
Total 384   76.4 333   61.9  717   68.9
Demographic Information on Deaths
Race/Ethnicity Count Rate
Non-Hispanic White 332 73.5
Non-Hispanic Black 161 83.7
Non-Hispanic Asian   68 42.2
Hispanic 135 65.2
Other   21  
Total 717 68.9
Nursing Home Cases and Deaths
Deaths Cases Deaths Case Fatality Rate
Nursing Home    2,359 390  16.5
Non-Nursing Home  13,281 298    2.2
Total  15,640 688    4.4