ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Maryland reported another 1,159 COVID-19 cases and 32 deaths on Saturday, according to data from the State Department of Health.

As of Saturday, the state has seen 370,136 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 7,356 deaths.

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Hospitalizations fell by 33 to 1,192. Of those hospitalized, 876 are in acute care, while 316 are in intensive care. The number of hospitalizations is at its lowest point since mid-November.

The state’s calculation of the positivity rate fell from 4.87% on Thursday to 4.76% on Saturday.

Since the pandemic began, the state has had 7,429,742 tests conducted. Of those, 2,921,351 people have tested negative.

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Another 20,372 Marylanders have gotten their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, bringing the state’s total to 625,782. A total of 231,226 people have gotten their second dose.

A total of 857,008 vaccines have been administered in the state, according to the State Department of Health.

In Baltimore, the convention center was up and running, administering doses for the first time on a Saturday. M&T Bank Stadium is set to come online later this month.

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But, the problems remain low supply, high demand.

Gov. Larry Hogan was among a bipartisan group of lawmakers who visited the White House on Friday to discuss a way out of the pandemic.

In a statement, the governor said: “I greatly appreciate the opportunity to be one of the first governors to meet with President Biden and Vice President Harris as we work together to end this horrific pandemic.”

Earlier this week, WJZ’s Ava-joye Burnett spoke with Ed Levine in Baltimore County. He’d been searching for a vaccine for days. Now, he has an appointment with his wife on Monday.

“You don’t want to give it to your family members or see your family,” Levine said. “If you are outside getting your mail and a neighbor comes by, you are afraid to get close. It is a lot of fear involved, at least for me.”

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

County Cases Deaths
Allegany 6,359 (193) 1*
Anne Arundel 34,448 (488) 14*
Baltimore City 39,345 (833) 21*
Baltimore County 49,233 (1,187) 34*
Calvert 3,565 (62) 1*
Caroline 1,987 (18) 0*
Carroll 7,313 (201) 5*
Cecil 4,932 (112) 2*
Charles 8,526 (149) 2*
Dorchester 2,230 (39) 1*
Frederick 16,366 (252) 9*
Garrett 1,829 (57) 1*
Harford 12,004 (220) 4*
Howard 15,238 (210) 6*
Kent 1,085 (37) 2*
Montgomery 61,518 (1,326) 44*
Prince George’s 70,818 (1,255) 28*
Queen Anne’s 2,488 (36) 1*
St. Mary’s 4,893 (109) 0*
Somerset 2,346 (29) 0*
Talbot 1,787 (30) 0*
Washington 12,030 (237) 3*
Wicomico 6,609 (137) 0*
Worcester 3,187 (86) 1*
Data not available 0 (53) 0*

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

Age/Gender Cases Deaths
0-9 18,249 (3) 0*
10-19 35,064 (6) 1*
20-29 67,165 (34) 1*
30-39 63,816 (73) 6*
40-49 56,325 (201) 5*
50-59 55,881 (556) 23*
60-69 37,770 (1,160) 18*
70-79 21,536 (1,873) 35*
80+ 14,330 (3,448) 91*
Data not available 0 (2) 0*
Female 193,940 (3,548) 89*
Male 176,196 (3,808) 91*
Unknown 0 () 0*

Here’s a breakdown of cases and deaths by race and ethnicity (probable deaths are listed with an asterisk):

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Race/Ethnicity Cases Deaths
African-American (NH) 105,423 (2,544) 64*
Asian (NH) 8,252 (252) 7*
White (NH) 127,344 (3,749) 94*
Hispanic 60,068 (681) 15*
Other (NH) 17,331 (74) 0*
Data not available 51,718 (56) 0*

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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