ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — More than 1,100 new coronavirus cases were reported in Maryland Friday, as the total COVID-19 cases surpassed 88,000.

The state health department reported a total of 88,346 cases across the state over the span of the pandemic, including 1,169 new cases since Thursday.

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Hospitalizations also slightly increased from 585 Thursday to 590 Friday, but ICU cases are down from 139 to 128.

A total of 3,362 people have died from the virus, five more since Thursday.

The statewide positivity rate also slightly went down to 4.54%.

A total of 1,214,764 COVID-19 tests have been administered across the state with 822,845 coming back negative.

Of the 12,593 ever hospitalized, 5,689 were released from isolation.

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Here’s a breakdown of the numbers:

By County

County Cases Deaths
Allegany 266 (18)
Anne Arundel 6,770 (208) 8*
Baltimore City 11,192 (393) 14*
Baltimore County 11,818 (525) 22*
Calvert 588 (27) 1*
Caroline 423 (3)
Carroll 1,449 (114) 2*
Cecil 622 (29) 1*
Charles 1,832 (89) 2*
Dorchester 340 (5)
Frederick 2,986 (114) 7*
Garrett 45
Harford 1,750 (64) 3*
Howard 3,530 (100) 6*
Kent 232 (22) 1*
Montgomery 17,568 (750) 39*
Prince George’s 22,416 (714) 23*
Queen Anne’s 383 (24) 1*
St. Mary’s 896 (52)
Somerset 119 (3)
Talbot 340 (4)
Washington 952 (30)
Wicomico 1,279 (44)
Worcester 550 (17) 1*
Data not available (13)

By Age Range and Gender

Age/Gender Cases Deaths
0-9 2,943
10-19 5,434 (1)
20-29 15,184 (19) 1*
30-39 16,662 (45) 5*
40-49 14,935 (108) 3*
50-59 13,243 (264) 15*
60-69 9,187 (552) 11*
70-79 5,700 (829) 21*
80+ 5,058 (1,534) 75*
Data not available (10)
Female 46,409 (1,651) 68*
Male 41,937 (1,711) 63*

By Race and Ethnicity

Race/Ethnicity Cases Deaths
African-American (NH) 27,055 (1,375) 49*
Asian (NH) 1,657 (127) 6*
White (NH) 19,364 (1,422) 67*
Hispanic 21,593 (389) 9*
Other (NH) 4,041 (35)
Data not available 14,636 (14)

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