Maryland is the “hot spot” in Maryland and Maryland is “the hot spot” on the globe, according to a report.

The study was released by the World Health Organization, which called the state “the country’s leading hot spot.”

The report, titled “The Global Hot Spot,” said that in 2018, Maryland was the 10th-hotest state in the world.

The nation with the largest number of deaths in the past decade was China with 4,976.

The U.S. had the fifth-highest number of heat-related deaths, followed by the U.K. with 2,903.

The report did not examine the impact of climate change.

According to the study, there were 2.7 million heat-caused deaths worldwide in 2018.

The researchers attributed these deaths to heat-induced illness, but there is no evidence that the U and U.A.M. were directly responsible for the deaths.

They said that a “significant proportion of deaths from heat- and drought-related causes can be attributed to non-climate-related factors.”

The study said that the country is also the leading hotspot for COVID-19.

According the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of reported COVID cases in the United States has been increasing every year.

The latest data shows that the rate of new infections in the U, with its high prevalence of COVID, is currently about 7.4 per 100,000 people.