BALTIMORE (WJZ) — There are now more than 80 cases of the new coronavirus in Maryland, according to the state as of Wednesday morning.
Within that total, there are at least five cases in Baltimore, 10 in Baltimore County and eight in Howard County.READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: Fueled By The Delta Variant, COVID Cases Rise Again Monday As Positivity Rate Climbs Over 2%
Cases by County:
- Anne Arundel- 4
- Baltimore City- 5
- Baltimore County- 10
- Carroll- 2
- Charles- 2
- Frederick- 1
- Harford- 3
- Howard- 8
- Montgomery- 31
- Prince George’s- 20
- Talbot- 1
The state said that the majority of cases are patients between 18 and 64 years old.
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Here’s the complete breakdown by age:
- Under 18: 0
- 18-64: 60
- 65+: 25
A map tracking cases in the state, can be found here.
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