Press "Enter" to skip to content

Maryland Reports 18,581 COVID-19 Cases and 827 Deaths, an Increase of 815 Cases and 30 Deaths

As of Sunday, April 26, 2020, at 10:30 a.m., Maryland reports 18,581 confirmed CODID-19 cases and 827 deaths, an increase of 815 cases and 30 deaths overnight. An additional 6,727 negative cases, 12 patients released from isolation, and 202 patients were hospitalized overnight, with a total of 1,463 total patients hospitalized. Number of confirmed cases: 18,581 Number of negative test results: 78,084 Number of confirmed deaths: 827 Number of probable deaths: 83 Currently hospitalized: 1463 Acute care: 933 Intensive care: 530 Ever hospitalized: 3,962 Released from isolation: 1,177 Cases and Deaths Data Breakdown: Parenthesis = Confirmed death, laboratory-confirmed positive COVID-19 test result Asterisk = Probable death, death certificate lists COVID-19 as the cause of death but not yet confirmed by a laboratory test NH = Non-Hispanic By County County Cases Deaths Allegany 113 (3) Anne Arundel 1,510 (63) 8* Baltimore City 1,866 (73) 6* Baltimore County 2,509 (71) 10* Calvert 134 (7) Caroline 63 Carroll 391 (36) Cecil 154 (5) Charles 504 (34) 1* Dorchester 46 (2) Frederick 834 (39) 6* Garrett 4 Harford 319 (4) 7* Howard 707 (15) 1* Kent 68 (3) Montgomery 3,645 (160) 20* Prince George’s 4,987 (163) 11* Queen Anne’s 53 (3) St. Mary’s 133 (6) Somerset 16 Talbot 34 (1) Washington 173 (3) […]

The post Maryland Reports 18,581 COVID-19 Cases and 827 Deaths, an Increase of 815 Cases and 30 Deaths appeared first on Southern Maryland News Net.

Source: https://smnewsnet.comNew feed

Be First to Comment

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    %d bloggers like this: