By Mike Hellgren

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — There are now nearly 11,000 coronavirus cases and nearly 400 deaths in Maryland, according to new data released Thursday morning.

According to the state health department, 10,784 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the state and 392 people have died. More than 750 cases were added in just one day. There are also 67 probable deaths reported.

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More than 48,000 have tested negative for the virus in the state and of the more than 2,450 hospitalized, 736 have been released from isolation.

There are now more than 300 cases of COVID-19 in children and teens in the state and a second person has died in their 20s.

The 21215 zip code in northwest Baltimore still has the highest number of cases with 231.

Governor Larry Hogan spoke on NBC News Friday morning and said Maryland was in the “next wave of hot spots.”

He also spoke about some tension between The White House and the nation’s governors over President Trump’s prior remarks that he had the power—not the governors—to reopen states.

Governor Hogan attended a 3 p.m. meeting with President Trump where Mr. Trump outlined procedures for reopening states.

The President said governors will have the say in how fast to recover.

“You’re going to call your own shots,” President Trump said, according to a recording of the meeting obtained by CBS News. “We’ll be standing right alongside of you, and we’re going to get our country open and get it working.”

 

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Since Wednesday, the state has also been reporting probable deaths, which means the patients already passed away, but the state is awaiting test results to learn whether or not they were positive for COVID-19. Those are marked below with an *asterisk.

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

Allegany – 20 (1)
Anne Arundel – 896 (29) *6
Baltimore City – 1,160 (31) *4
Baltimore County – 1,516 (31) *6
Calvert – 103 (1)
Caroline – 23
Carroll – 283 (21) *2
Cecil – 101 (2)
Charles – 327 (13)
Dorchester – 18 (1)
Frederick – 497 (22) *7
Garrett – 4
Harford – 161 *4
Howard – 451 (10) *1
Kent – 11 (1)
Montgomery – 2,133 (56) *14
Prince George’s – 2,722 (70) *10
Queen Anne’s – 19 (1)
St. Mary’s – 98 (1)
Somerset – 6
Talbot – 14 (1)
Washington – 109 (1)
Wicomico – 87 (1)
Worcester – 25

Residential data wasn’t available for 98 people who died and 13 probable deaths.

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

0-9: 86
10-19: 231
20-29: 1,162 (2)
30-39: 1,784 (6)
40-49: 1,951 (6)
50-59: 2,138 (23) *3
60-69: 1,602 (61) *9
70-79: 1,065 (77) *12
80+: 765 (123) *30

Here’s a breakdown of cases by race (deaths) across the state:

  • African American: 3,978 (153) *13
  • Asian: 239 (11) *1
  • Hispanic: 1,180 (15)
  • White: 2,535 (126) *39
  • Other: 376 (8) *1

Racial data is not available for 2,476 patients, 79 people who died and 13 probable deaths.

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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.