By Ava-joye Burnett

ANNAPOLIS (WJZ) — Maryland is reporting its lowest level of coronavirus hospitalizations since April 19, according to state numbers Friday morning.

The state has added 893 cases since Thursday morning.

Maryland health officials report there are a total of 44,424 coronavirus cases confirmed in the state, and 2,092 people have died of the virus with another 115 who probably died from the virus.

More than negative 180,000 people have tested negative in Maryland. Throughout the course of the pandemic, 7,634 people were ever hospitalized, with 3,243 released from isolation.

There are 1,329 people currently hospitalized for the virus, with 506 in intensive care, down from 526 people on Thursday. There are 823 people in acute care, the state says.

Prince George’s and Montgomery counties continue to have the highest number of cases in the state.

CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE:

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

Allegany:168 (14)
AA:3,207, (141) 8*
Balt City:4,492,(213) 7*
BaltCo:5,170, (277) 15*
Calvert:291,(14) 1*
Caroline:223
Carroll:755, (71) 2*
Cecil:339, (20)
Charles:956, (65) 2*
Dorchester:126, (2)
Frederick:1,625, (88) 7*
Garrett:7
Harford:746, (43) 3*
HoCo:1,586,(46) 4*
Kent:146, (15)
MoCo:9,432, (502) 38*
PG:13,077,(455) 22*
QA:141,(12)
St. Mary’s:370, (13)
Somerset:71 (1)
Talbot:73, (1)
Wash:389, (10)
Wicomico:854, (22)
Worcester:180 (7) 1*
Data N/A:(60) 5*

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

0-9: 956
10-19: 1,785 (1)
20-29: 5,967 (11) 1*
30-39: 8,189 (28) 4*
40-49: 8,052 (56) 3*
50-59: 7,392 (145) 10*
60-69: 5,336 (327) 12*
70-79: 3,498 (514) 15*
80+: 3,249 (952) 65*
Data not available: (58) 5*

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

African-American (NH): 13,320 (874) 36*
Asian (NH): 855, (80) 6*
White (NH): 8,897, (870) 59*
Hispanic: 10,726 (181) 8*
Other (NH): 2,187, (26)
Data not available: 8,439, (61) 6*

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

Female: 23,141 (1,038) 68*
Male: 21,283 (1,054) 47*

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.

Ava-joye Burnett

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