Maryland is reporting another spike in COVID-19 cases. The addition of more than four-thousand new infections comes one day after the state set a single-day record of over six-thousand new cases. But, state officials say some of the latest positive test results reflect data collected during an outage caused by a cyber attack on health department computers. The numbers show the state’s seven-day positivity rate rose by a half-percent to over 12-percent. Coronavirus hospitalizations jumped by 73 to more than 14-hundred patients, including ten children.