COVID-19 ALERT: 8,225 People Tested Positive in Maryland - Baltimore Post-ExaminerBaltimore Post-Examiner

COVID-19 ALERT: 8,225 People Tested Positive in Maryland

As of today, 8,225 people tested positive for the coronavirus in Maryland, according to numbers released Sunday morning and 235 have died.

So far 41,539 people have tested negative for the virus and 1,860 of them were never hospitalized. Only 456 have been released from the hospital and 99 women died (4,438 cases) and 136 men died (3,787 cases).

Most of the cases are in Baltimore City and Baltimore County and the 21215 zip code has the most cases – 137.

The 21215 ZIP code in Baltimore has the most cases in one spot at 137 cases.

The number of cases and deaths by county:

Allegany 13 cases
Anne Arundel 659 cases (27 deaths)
Baltimore City 812 cases (24 deaths)
Baltimore County 1,257 cases (30 deaths)
Calvert 90 cases (1 death)
Caroline 17 cases
Carroll 236 cases (25 deaths)
Cecil 74 cases (1 death)
Charles 253 cases (9 deaths)
Dorchester 9 cases
Frederick 368 cases (12 deaths)
Garrett 4 cases
Harford 129 cases
Howard 371 cases (6 deaths)
Kent 11 cases
Montgomery 1,631 cases (42 deaths)
Prince George’s 2,035 cases (55 deaths)
Queen Anne’s 19 cases
St. Mary’s 82 cases
Somerset 4 cases
Talbot 14 cases (1 death)
Washington 75 cases (1 death)
Wicomico 42 cases (1 death)
Worcester 20 cases

It’s not just the elderly dying and getting sick. Here’s the number of cases and deaths based on age. 

0-9 52 cases
10-19 172 cases
20-29 906 cases (1 death)
30-39 1,390 cases (9 deaths)
40-49 1,504 cases (5 deaths)
50-59 1,675 cases (25 deaths)
60-69 1,212 cases (51 deaths)
70-79 816 cases (65 deaths)
80+ 498 cases (79 deaths)

Cases and Deaths by Race:

African-American 2,988 cases (91 deaths)
Asian 177 caes (7 deaths)
White 2,145 cases (72 deaths)
Other 806 cases (9 deaths)
Data not available 1,578 cases (27 deaths)


About the author

Baltimore Post-Examiner Staff

Baltimore Post-Examiner is run by a creative cadre of dedicated journalists – some who worked at the Washington Post, Baltimore Examiner and other regional and national publications. It’s the Post-Examiner because we love the play on the word “Post” but we are also hoping to answer that question: What’s next after newspapers? We see a lot of websites come and go – and many simply are not making it for various reasons. Now celebrating our ninth year of offering our readers "a little bit of everything" we continue to break that cycle. Contact the author.
COMMENT POLICY

Leave a Comment

Comment Policy

HOME / ABOUT / CONTACT / JOIN THE TEAM / TERMS OF SERVICE / PRIVACY POLICY / COMMENT POLICY