ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — There are now more than 18,000 coronavirus cases and more than 800 deaths in Maryland, according to new data released Sunday morning.

According to the state health department, there are now 18,581 cases of COVID-19 in the state and 827 have died from the virus and 83 more probable deaths. That’s an increase of 815 coronavirus cases.

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More than 78,000 Marylanders have tested negative for the virus. Over 1,100 people have been released from isolation. Currently, 1,463 people are hospitalized as a result of the virus. Over 900 people are in acute care and 530 are in intensive care.

The total number of hospitalizations throughout the course of this pandemic is 3,962.

Maryland officials continue to track zip code data around coronavirus and 20783 in Prince George’s County is the zip code with the most cases in the state.

Top 10 zip codes with COVID-19 cases in Maryland:

  • 20783, 447 cases, Prince George’s
  • 20906, 337 cases, Montgomery
  • 20904, 333 cases, Montgomery
  • 21215, 329 cases, Baltimore/Baltimore County
  • 20706, 315 cases, Prince George’s
  • 20902, 294 cases, Montgomery
  • 20784, 271, Prince George’s
  • 20785, 243, Prince George’s
  • 21228, 225, Baltimore
  • 20782, 225, Prince George’s
  • 20772, 223, Prince George’s

CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE:

Maryland officials are also reporting probable deaths — meaning the number of people that died from what doctors believe was the coronavirus, but the testing results are still pending. In the breakdown below, the probable deaths will be marked with an *asterisk.

Deaths have been reported in every Maryland county except: Caroline, Garrett, Somerset and Worcester.

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

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Allegany – 113 (3)
Anne Arundel – 1,510 (63) *8
Baltimore City – 1,866 (73) *6
Baltimore County – 2,509 (71) *10
Calvert – 134 (7)
Caroline – 63
Carroll – 391 (36)
Cecil – 154 (5)
Charles – 504 (34) *1
Dorchester – 46 (2)
Frederick – 834 (39) *6
Garrett – 4
Harford – 319 (4) *7
Howard – 707 (15) *1
Kent – 68 (3)
Montgomery – 3,645 (160) *20
Prince George’s – 4,987 (163) *11
Queen Anne’s – 53 (3)
St. Mary’s – 133 (6)
Somerset – 16
Talbot – 34 (1)
Washington – 173 (3)
Wicomico – 270 (4)
Worcester – 48

Residential data is not available for 132 people who died and 13 probable deaths.

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

0-9: 212
10-19: 463
20-29: 2,097 (4)
30-39: 3,109 (12) *1
40-49: 3,270 (18) *2
50-59: 3,414 (54) *5
60-69: 2,651 (117) *9
70-79: 1,837 (185) *12
80+: 1,528 (305) *41

Age data is not available (132) *13

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

  • African American: 6,742 (305) *24
  • Asian: 363 (30) *2
  • White: 4,276 (301) *44
  • Hispanic: 2,841 (46)
  • Other: 707 (11)

Racial demographics are not available for 3,652 patients and 134 dead and 13 probable deaths.

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

  • Female: 9,963 (400) *48
  • Male: 8,618 (427) *35
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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.