Coronavirus Breaking News

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As of Tuesday, there are now 67,559 positive cases of coronavirus in Maryland.

That’s according to the state health department. There have been 3,062 people who have died from the virus. Hospitalizations are up slightly with 452 people hospitalized.

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Around the state, 652,701 have been tested for the virus, of which 468,296 have tested negative.

Of the 10,844 ever hospitalized, 4,982 patients were released from isolation.

Here’s a breakdown of numbers:

By County

County Cases Deaths
Allegany 205 (17)
Anne Arundel 5,109 (199) 8*
Baltimore City 7,546 (327) 10*
Baltimore County 7,985 (451) 22*
Calvert 414 (26) 1*
Caroline 319 (3)
Carroll 1,117 (110) 2*
Cecil 479 (28) 1*
Charles 1,393 (84) 2*
Dorchester 188 (5)
Frederick 2,490 (110) 7*
Garrett 11
Harford 1,116 (59) 3*
Howard 2,538 (79) 5*
Kent 198 (22) 1*
Montgomery 14,737 (699) 39*
Prince George’s 18,572 (658) 24*
Queen Anne’s 230 (17)
St. Mary’s 637 (51)
Somerset 87 (3)
Talbot 137 (4)
Washington 698 (27)
Wicomico 1,067 (41)
Worcester 286 (15) 1*
Data not available (27) 2*

By Age Range and Gender

Age/Gender Cases Deaths
0-9 2,019
10-19 3,481 (1)
20-29 9,987 (16) 1*
30-39 12,625 (40) 5*
40-49 11,997 (96) 3*
50-59 10,634 (239) 14*
60-69 7,577 (493) 12*
70-79 4,777 (744) 17*
80+ 4,462 (1,408) 74*
Data not available (25) 2*
Female 35,012 (1,495) 66*
Male 32,547 (1,567) 62*

By Race and Ethnicity

Race/Ethnicity Cases Deaths
African-American (NH) 19,349 (1,242) 47*
Asian (NH) 1,310 (120) 6*
White (NH) 13,288 (1,295) 65*
Hispanic 18,229 (340) 8*
Other (NH) 3,331 (34)
Data not available 12,052 (31) 2*

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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