ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — The state added 755 new coronavirus cases since Sunday as hospitalizations go up slightly again Monday morning.

Maryland is now reporting 96,258 confirmed cases of COVID-19.

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Hospitalizations went up again slightly from 525 to 534- a total of 415 in acute care and 119 in ICUs.

Six more people have died from the virus, meaning a total of 3,454 Marylanders have died throughout the pandemic.

The statewide positivity rate went down again, now at 3.62 percent.

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More than 1.46 million tests were administered in the state, with 960,552 testing negative.

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A breakdown of the cases:

By County

County Cases Deaths
Allegany 299 (18)
Anne Arundel 7,416 (216) 9*
Baltimore City 12,704 (414) 16*
Baltimore County 13,400 (541) 22*
Calvert 707 (27) 1*
Caroline 453 (3)
Carroll 1,554 (115) 2*
Cecil 706 (29) 1*
Charles 2,040 (89) 2*
Dorchester 375 (5)
Frederick 3,082 (114) 7*
Garrett 49
Harford 1,994 (66) 3*
Howard 3,881 (106) 6*
Kent 243 (22) 1*
Montgomery 18,489 (764) 39*
Prince George’s 23,832 (732) 23*
Queen Anne’s 434 (24) 1*
St. Mary’s 999 (52)
Somerset 139 (3)
Talbot 402 (4)
Washington 1,018 (31)
Wicomico 1,348 (45)
Worcester 694 (19) 1*
Data not available (15) 3*

By Age Range and Gender

Age/Gender Cases Deaths
0-9 3,328
10-19 6,298 (1)
20-29 16,891 (21) 1*
30-39 18,096 (45) 5*
40-49 16,105 (110) 3*
50-59 14,351 (273) 15*
60-69 9,842 (565) 12*
70-79 6,081 (849) 22*
80+ 5,266 (1,577) 76*
Data not available (13) 3*
Female 50,739 (1,696) 70*
Male 45,519 (1,758) 67*

By Race and Ethnicity

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Race/Ethnicity Cases Deaths
African-American (NH) 29,964 (1,417) 51*
Asian (NH) 1,729 (129) 6*
White (NH) 20,967 (1,457) 67*
Hispanic 23,812 (400) 10*
Other (NH) 4,198 (36)
Data not available 15,588 (15) 3*

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CBS Baltimore Staff