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Last updated at 2 p.m. on, July 1, 2020.
These statistics will be updated daily, Monday through Friday.

Numbers of cases reported by the Maryland State Department of Health are based on the individual’s county of residence, so the CalvertHealth Medical Center numbers may differ from the state numbers as we treat individuals from other counties.


The numbers below reflect the number of patients tested at the hospital or through CalvertHealth’s Drive-Thru Testing. Many of these individuals have gone home to self-monitor and isolate. Some remain in the hospital.

CALVERTHEALTH COVID-19 TOTAL TESTED: 1473
POSITIVE: 193
NEGATIVE: 1258
PENDING: 22

Of the 59 medical patients we have in the hospital, 0 of them are either confirmed or a person under investigation (PUI) for COVID-19. Updated State of Maryland COVID-19 Statistics can be viewed at: https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/

CalvertHealth Medical Group Restricts Visitation

At CalvertHealth Medical Group, our top priority is the health and well-being of our patients, employees and the community that we serve. As we continue to take proactive measures and monitor the emerging situation with Coronavirus or COVID-19, CalvertHealth Medical Group is not permitting visitors to the practices. This is done with an abundance of caution to ensure the health and safety of all our patients, healthcare workers and our partners that assist in the delivery of care today and in the future.

The new restrictions are effective until further notice. Few exceptions include:

  • Patients under 18 years of age who require a parent/legal guardian will be permitted (1) one support person
  • Oncology patients who require assistance will be permitted (1) support person

CalvertHealth Medical Group acknowledges that this policy may cause some inconvenience for many patients and their family members; however, patient safety and the overall health of the community is the health system’s primary concern.

To support this effort, all visitors will be screened upon arrival. Visitors with a fever or cough will not be permitted.

COVID-19 Primary Care Scheduling Appointments Notice

CalvertHealth is taking the appropriate steps to protect the safety of our patients, community and caregivers. For your convenience, telemedicine visits are now being offered Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.. If you are experiencing a fever or symptoms of respiratory infection, such as cough or difficulty breathing, or had exposure to a COVID-19 patient, please contact our office at 410.414.2778 so we can assist you with recommendations and arrange a virtual visit or in-office appointment, if indicated. Visitor restrictions are in place and entrance to primary care offices is unavailable after 1 p.m. Please do not come to the office for any reason without calling ahead. After clinic hours, please call the on-call provider or call ahead to urgent care before visiting.

Resources and Frequently Asked Questions

What is the cost for laboratory diagnostic testing of COVID-19?
I am feeling sick, should I still keep my appointment?
What is 2019 Novel Coronavirus/COVID-19 and what are the symptoms?
How is COVID-19 spread?
Are symptoms of COVID-19 different in children than in adults?
What are the policies for visiting family and friends in the hospital who are being treated for COVID-19?
I am scheduled for a surgery or procedure at CalvertHealth Medical Center – should I reschedule my appointment?
Why was my health, wellness, education class or support group cancelled?
What if I think I have symptoms of COVID-19 and want testing?
When should I go to the Emergency Department for COVID-19 related symptoms?
If I am a high-risk individual, how should I protect myself?
Is it safe for me to deliver my baby at CalvertHealth Medical Center?
Can COVID-19 be passed from a pregnant woman to the fetus or newborn?
How is CalvertHealth prepared for COVID-19 in our community?
Are there any people with COVID-19 in our community?
How do I keep myself and my family safe?
Should I be wearing a mask?
I would like to make homemade masks for our healthcare workers. How should I go about this?
If I do come to the medical center, where should I park?
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