Maryland health officials reported 903 new cases of the coronavirus Monday, and 23 more deaths caused by the disease. It’s the smallest number of new cases reported in a day since early November. Last week, after heavy snowfall shuttered some testing sites, new case totals sank to 905, but rose above 1,500 two days later. A snowstorm struck the region again Sunday, leaving behind slick, slushy road conditions, which could have impacted the number of tests administered.
Maryland reports low coronavirus case count, vaccination numbers after another snowstorm
February 9, 2021