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Perry Corridor Coronavirus Circumstances Account For 1.2% In Baltimore Co. – Yahoo Information

PERRY HALL, MD — In Perry Hall, 255 cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed in the 21128 ZIP code, according to data released Wednesday. This accounts for a little more than 1.2 percent of the cases in Baltimore County as a whole.

Officials say 20,510 people have tested positive for the virus in Baltimore County as of Wednesday, Oct. 28.

COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, has killed 643 people in Baltimore County, according to the Maryland Department of Health, which reports test results are pending in 23 additional deaths suspected to be virus-related.

These are the ZIP codes around Perry Hall and their coronavirus case counts as of Wednesday, according to the Baltimore County Department of Health:

1,407 cases— Parkville, ZIP code 21234

1,147 cases — Middle River, ZIP code 21220

914 cases — Rosedale, ZIP code 21237

755 cases — Nottingham, ZIP code 21236

255 cases — Perry Hall, ZIP code 21128

103 cases — White Marsh, ZIP code 21162

77 cases — Kingsville, ZIP code 21087

61 cases — Glen Arm, ZIP code 20157

The ZIP codes with the most confirmed cases of the virus in Baltimore County are 21222 (Dundalk) with 1,466 cases and 21117 (Owings Mills) with 1,318 cases, according to Oct. 28 data.

For the latest breakdown by ZIP code, see the Baltimore County COVID-19 dashboard.

Courtesy of the Baltimore County Health Department.

Baltimore County has the third highest number of coronavirus cases in the state and the third greatest number of deaths from COVID-19, according to state health data.

Leading the state in confirmed cases are Prince George’s County with 32,648 cases and Montgomery County with 25,562 cases of the virus. There have been 835 deaths in Prince George’s and 830 deaths from COVID-19 in Montgomery County, the Maryland Department of Health reported as of Wednesday, Oct. 28.

Here is a look at state health data for Wednesday:

Courtesy of Maryland Department of Health.

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This article originally appeared on the Perry Hall Patch

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