ANNAPOLIS (WJZ) — Maryland adds 2,405 coronavirus cases overnight and 64 more people have died as of Wednesday morning.

LATEST: Hospitalizations Down, Over 2.2K New Cases

It’s the highest amount of deaths since May 8.

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Hospitalizations are down, with 1,762 Marylanders now hospitalized. Of those, ICU beds are also down to 399 with 1,363 in acute care.

The statewide positivity rate is also down 0.04%, now at 7.49%

There have now been 241,767 total coronavirus cases and 5,103 deaths since the pandemic began.

The state has administered 37,014 coronavirus tests in the last 24 hours.

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Here’s a breakdown of cases and deaths by county, race and age/gender (probable deaths are listed with an asterisk):

By County

County Cases Deaths
Allegany 4,848 (126)
Anne Arundel 20,730 (306) 13*
Baltimore City 28,586 (613) 22*
Baltimore County 34,702 (812) 29*
Calvert 1,924 (42) 1*
Caroline 1,187 (10)
Carroll 4,310 (149) 4*
Cecil 2,948 (61) 2*
Charles 5,289 (114) 1*
Dorchester 1,182 (17)
Frederick 9,081 (157) 8*
Garrett 1,227 (28)
Harford 7,442 (122) 4*
Howard 9,855 (160) 6*
Kent 589 (24) 2*
Montgomery 40,500 (995) 44*
Prince George’s 48,718 (980) 27*
Queen Anne’s 1,378 (26) 1*
St. Mary’s 2,789 (77)
Somerset 1,504 (14)
Talbot 975 (7)
Washington 6,213 (103)
Wicomico 4,018 (69)
Worcester 1,772 (41) 1*
Data not available (50) 2*

By Age Range and Gender

Age/Gender Cases Deaths
0-9 10,624 (1)
10-19 21,751 (4)
20-29 45,341 (27) 1*
30-39 42,859 (57) 6*
40-49 37,627 (155) 4*
50-59 35,968 (393) 22*
60-69 23,949 (800) 17*
70-79 13,849 (1,282) 29*
80+ 9,799 (2,382) 88*
Data not available (2)
Female 127,189 (2,492) 81*
Male 114,578 (2,611) 86*

By Race and Ethnicity

Race/Ethnicity Cases Deaths
African-American (NH) 71,159 (1,916) 61*
Asian (NH) 4,908 (174) 6*
White (NH) 75,985 (2,374) 82*
Hispanic 43,618 (521) 14*
Other (NH) 11,080 (55)
Data not available 35,017 (63) 4*

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CBS Baltimore Staff