BALTIMORE — The Maryland Health Department reports that there’s an increase of 325 cases since yesterday. That's the largest one-day increase to date.
Many of those cases continue to be in Prince George's and Montgomery counties.
There’s also a spike in cases in Baltimore County.
Since Monday, Maryland gained more than one hundred new cases.
They could be linked to more testing being done across the state. There were more than 17,000 negative tests.
Three vehicle emission inspection program sites became locations for drive through testing.
They are in Glen Burnie, Bel Air and Waldorf. However, don't just show up. You need to have an appointment.
"Initially the person has to be assessed by their provider and the provider actually enters in an order on crisp, which is the state's health information exchange. After that order, each person then gets an email with a unique code that allows them to go to the scheduling site to make an appointment depending on which site is most convenient for them," said Dr. Jinlene Chan, Assistant Secretary for the Maryland Department of Health.
The Glen Burnie and Waldorf locations will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
The Bel Air location is open from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.