Coronavirus Breaking News

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As of Monday, there are now 116,646 positive cases of coronavirus in Maryland.

That’s according to the state health department. There have been 3,696 people who have died from the virus. Hospitalizations are flat with 347 people hospitalized.

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The state’s positivity rate is now 3.54%.

In total, the state has conducted 2,226,655 tests, with 1,348,217 testing negative.

Here’s a breakdown of the numbers:

By County

County Cases Deaths
Allegany 424 (22)
Anne Arundel 9,191 (229) 11*
Baltimore City 15,299 (455) 18*
Baltimore County 16,797 (589) 23*
Calvert 874 (27) 1*
Caroline 609 (3)
Carroll 1,863 (120) 3*
Cecil 918 (30) 1*
Charles 2,591 (93) 2*
Dorchester 530 (9)
Frederick 3,756 (121) 7*
Garrett 68 (1)
Harford 2,834 (71) 4*
Howard 4,787 (113) 6*
Kent 291 (22) 2*
Montgomery 21,281 (794) 40*
Prince George’s 27,760 (790) 23*
Queen Anne’s 612 (25) 1*
St. Mary’s 1,197 (57)
Somerset 220 (4)
Talbot 512 (5)
Washington 1,506 (35)
Wicomico 1,778 (48)
Worcester 948 (25) 1*
Data not available (8)

By Age Range and Gender

Age/Gender Cases Deaths
0-9 4,291
10-19 9,288 (2)
20-29 21,693 (23) 1*
30-39 21,279 (47) 6*
40-49 18,926 (119) 3*
50-59 17,067 (300) 16*
60-69 11,491 (604) 13*
70-79 6,916 (921) 27*
80+ 5,695 (1,678) 77*
Data not available (2)
Female 61,657 (1,813) 75*
Male 54,989 (1,883) 68*

By Race and Ethnicity

Race/Ethnicity Cases Deaths
African-American (NH) 37,280 (1,514) 55*
Asian (NH) 2,222 (136) 6*
White (NH) 28,441 (1,567) 71*
Hispanic 25,766 (430) 11*
Other (NH) 5,402 (40)
Data not available 17,535 (9)

You can check out Maryland’s Roadmap to Recovery plan here.

Maryland is now releasing zip code data to show where the concentration of COVID-19 cases are in the state.

Find out how to help your neighbor and other folks in need: gov.maryland.gov/marylandunites

You can find a  map tracking cases in the state here.

Source: CBS Baltimore

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