WASHINGTON — Since the pandemic began in March 2020, more than 1 million people in the DMV have contracted the virus, and more than 18,000 of those have died.
For a year now, WUSA9 has been tracking the available data from D.C., Maryland and Virginia – and from national sources like the Centers for Disease Control and Operation Warp Speed. We've turned that data into interactive tools you can use to explore how the coronavirus is affecting your area.
Case trends in D.C., Maryland and Virginia
Use the arrow on the chart below to navigate through the epidemic curves for D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
All told, across the DMV more than 18,000 people have died from the coronavirus since March. Use the arrow on the chart below to navigate through how deaths from the virus have trended in D.C., Maryland and Virginia since March.
Vaccines in the DMV
The chart below shows how many people in D.C., Maryland and Virginia have received at least the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, how many are fully vaccinated and approximately how much of the rest of the state still needs the vaccine.
How does the DMV compare to the rest of the U.S.?
The map and table below display vaccination data reported by states to the Centers for Disease Control. The data is typically updated early in the afternoon by the CDC, and may lag behind the numbers reported by individual state health departments.
With the exception of D.C., the DMV lagged behind the rest of the U.S. initially in getting second doses into arms. However, that has changed recently and now Maryland is ahead of most states in the nation for the percentage of its vaccinated population with both doses. The chart below shows how D.C., Maryland and Virginia compare to the rest of the country in that metric.
Use the table below to see more detailed data on how D.C., Maryland and Virginia rank compared to the rest of the country.