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Coronavirus In Maryland: Optimistic Instances Proceed To Spike With 1,410 Reported Saturday – CBS Baltimore

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Positive coronavirus cases continue to spike in Maryland as more than 1,400 new cases were reported Saturday, according to state health department data.

Cases jumped by 1,410, bringing the state total to 152,915. Six more Marylanders have died, bringing the total to 4,052.

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The statewide positivity rate continues to climb, now at 4.54%, and is still the highest since early August.

Hospitalizations increased by 23 with 632 people currently in the hospital.

Of those hospitalized, 153 are in ICUs and 479 are in acute care.

CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES: 

Here’s a breakdown of coronavirus cases and deaths by state (probable deaths are listed with an asterisk):

By County

County
Cases
Deaths
Allegany
1,023
(26)

Anne Arundel
12,970
(271)
12*
Baltimore City
19,065
(497)
18*
Baltimore County
22,267
(660)
23*
Calvert
1,270
(28)
1*
Caroline
777
(8)

Carroll
2,421
(127)
3*
Cecil
1,459
(35)
1*
Charles
3,419
(100)
2*
Dorchester
858
(12)

Frederick
5,116
(132)
8*
Garrett
174
(1)

Harford
3,999
(79)
4*
Howard
6,261
(122)
6*
Kent
355
(24)
2*
Montgomery
27,169
(847)
41*
Prince George’s
34,246
(845)
24*
Queen Anne’s
835
(25)
1*
St. Mary’s
1,571
(60)

Somerset
489
(7)

Talbot
670
(6)

Washington
2,557
(47)

Wicomico
2,671
(52)

Worcester
1,273
(30)
1*
Data not available

(11)
2*

By Age Range and Gender

Age/Gender
Cases
Deaths
0-9
6,040

10-19
13,496
(3)

20-29
29,102
(24)
1*
30-39
27,602
(54)
6*
40-49
24,188
(132)
3*
50-59
22,256
(331)
16*
60-69
14,924
(662)
14*
70-79
8,683
(1,006)
28*
80+
6,624
(1,838)
81*
Data not available

(2)

Female
80,411
(1,985)
75*
Male
72,504
(2,067)
74*

By Race and Ethnicity

Race/Ethnicity
Cases
Deaths
African-American (NH)
46,824
(1,635)
55*
Asian (NH)
2,930
(148)
6*
White (NH)
41,648
(1,748)
73*
Hispanic
31,957
(461)
13*
Other (NH)
7,140
(46)

Data not available
22,416
(14)
2*

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

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