ANNAPOLIS (WJZ) — Hospitalizations of coronavirus patients in Maryland continue to decline, and the state reports the statewide positivity rate is now 10.9 percent as of Sunday morning.

There are now 52,778 coronavirus cases in the state, up 763 cases since Saturday- and 2,411 people have died.

There are currently 1,183 people in the state hospitalized for the virus, down from 1,239 since Saturday. Of those people, 704 are in acute care and 479 are in ICUs.

Throughout the pandemic, 8,738 people have ever been hospitalized for the virus, with 3,764 released from isolation.

So far, 348,773 people have been tested in Maryland, with 249,103 of them testing negative.

CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES: 

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

By County

Learn specifics on the percent of positive testing, in all jurisdictions

County Cases Deaths
Allegany 178 (17)
Anne Arundel 3,785 (165) 9*
Baltimore City 5,664 (250) 8*
Baltimore County 6,065 (329) 15*
Calvert 341 (17) 1*
Caroline 259 (1)
Carroll 913 (89) 1*
Cecil 371 (23)
Charles 1,108 (71) 1*
Dorchester 142 (3)
Frederick 1,911 (98) 7*
Garrett 10
Harford 882 (48) 3*
Howard 1,928 (54) 4*
Kent 173 (19)
Montgomery 11,361 (572) 40*
Prince George’s 15,220 (517) 24*
Queen Anne’s 160 (13)
St. Mary’s 499 (22)
Somerset 73 (2)
Talbot 99 (2)
Washington 469 (14)
Wicomico 953 (30)
Worcester 214 (12) 1*
Data not available (43) 7*

By Age Range and Gender

Age/Gender Cases Deaths
0-9 1,274
10-19 2,319 (1)
20-29 7,312 (13) 1*
30-39 9,815 (30) 4*
40-49 9,505 (69) 3*
50-59 8,596 (168) 9*
60-69 6,203 (385) 11*
70-79 3,986 (600) 17*
80+ 3,768 (1,102) 69*
Data not available (43) 7*
Female 27,506 (1,184) 66*
Male 25,272 (1,227) 55*

By Race and Ethnicity

Race/Ethnicity Cases Deaths
African-American (NH) 15,188 (995) 40*
Asian (NH) 997 (93) 6*
White (NH) 10,299 (1,016) 59*
Hispanic 13,377 (226) 7*
Other (NH) 2,654 (31)
Data not available 10,263 (50) 9*

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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