Maryland coronavirus hospitalizations increase slightly after days of decline, state exceeds 47.6,000 cases – CBS Baltimore

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) – After days of general decline, hospitalizations have increased slightly in Maryland, according to new state figures.
Hospitalizations fell from 1,279 to 1,315 on Tuesday morning, an increase of 36 people.

The latest figures show that there are 47,687 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the state, and 2,217 people have died from the virus, with another 116 likely deaths.

During the pandemic, 8,179 people were hospitalized due to the virus, including 520 in intensive care units and 795 in acute care. Throughout the pandemic, 3,334 people were released from their isolation.

At present, 206,800 Marylanders have tested negative for the virus.

Prince George and Montgomery counties are still the most affected by the number of cases.

CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES:

Here is a breakdown of cases (and deaths) by county:

Allegany 176 (14)
Anne Arundel 3,394 (151) 8 *
Baltimore City 4.997 (227) 9 *
Baltimore County 5,498 (297) 15 *
Calvert 308 (14) 2 *
Caroline 243
Carroll 811 (78) 2 *
Cecil 353 (21)
Charles 1,001 (68) 2 *
Dorchester 130 (2)
Frederick 1,746 (94) 7 *
Garrett ten
Harford 795 (45) 3 *
Howard 1,732 (49) 4 *
Kent 158 (15)
Montgomery 10.291 (531) 36 *
Prince George’s 13,819 (484) 22 *
Queen Anne 151 (12)
St. Mary’s 400 (15)
Somerset 73 (2)
Talbot 86 (1)
Washington 413 (12)
Wicomico 908 (22)
Worcester 194 (ten) 1 *
Data not available (53) 5 *

Here is a breakdown of cases by age and sex (death) across the state:

0-9 1,068
10-19 1979 (1)
20-29 6 480 (12) 1 *
30-39 8 807 (28) 4 *
40-49 8.644 (65) 4 *
50-59 7.888 (151) 10 *
60-69 5.678 (351) 12 *
70-79 3.681 (550) 15 *
80+ 3,462 (1,007) 65 *
Data not available (52) 5 *

Female 24816 (1091) 69 *
Male 22.871 (1.126) 47 *

Here is a breakdown of cases by race (death) across the state:

African American (NH) 14,116 (921) 37 *
Asian (NH) 907 (83) 6 *
White (NH) 9,484 (924) 60 *
Hispanic 11819 (199) 7 *
Other (NH) 2317 (30)
Data not available 9044 (60) 6 *

For the latest information on coronavirus, see the Maryland Health Department website or call 211. You can find all of WJZ’s coverage on coronavirus in Maryland here.



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