ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — There are now 3,125 cases of coronavirus in Maryland, according to the most recent numbers from state officials, and 57 people have died.

Get the latest numbers here.

Of the positive COVID-19 patients, 1,640 are women and 1,480 are men. Of the more than 3,000 patients, 821 were hospitalized. Nearly 22,500 people tested negative for coronavirus, according to the state.

The good news is 159 people were released from isolation.

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

Allegany – 3
Anne Arundel – 289 (6)
Baltimore City – 343 (6)
Baltimore County – 491 (4)
Calvert – 33 (1)
Caroline – 4
Carroll – 134 (6)
Cecil – 33 (1)
Charles – 95 (1)
Dorchester – 1
Frederick – 73 (2)
Garrett – 3
Harford – 44
Howard – 180 (3)
Kent – 5
Montgomery – 640 (9)
Prince George’s – 653 (13)
Queen Anne’s – 13
St. Mary’s – 34
Somerset – 4
Talbot – 6
Washington – 29
Wicomico – 8 (1)
Worcester – 7

Here’s a breakdown of cases by age across the state:

0-9: 13
10-19: 65
20-29: 379
30-39: 557
40-49: 575
50-59: 625
60-69: 473
70-79: 299
80+: 139

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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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