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Maryland Sees Largest Overnight Increase of COVID-19 Cases. 17,766 Cases and 797 Deaths, an Increase of 1,150 Cases and 74 Deaths

As of Saturday, April 25, 2020, at 10:30 a.m., Maryland reports 17,766 confirmed cases and 797 deaths, an increase of 1,150 cases and 74 deaths overnight. An additional 3,257 negative cases, 57 patients released from isolation, and 142 patients were hospitalized overnight, with a total of 1,408 total patients hospitalized. Number of confirmed cases: 17,766 Number of negative test results: 71,357 Number of confirmed deaths: 797 Number of probable deaths: 78 Currently hospitalized: 1408 Acute care: 870 Intensive care: 538 Ever hospitalized: 3,760 Released from isolation: 1,165 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 105 (3) Anne Arundel 1,430 (62) 8* Baltimore City 1,791 (72) 6* Baltimore County 2,387 (69) 10* Calvert 130 (7) Caroline 61 Carroll 384 (36) Cecil 146 (5) Charles 483 (34) 1* Dorchester 38 (2) Frederick 814 (39) 6* Garrett 4 Harford 302 (4) 7* Howard 686 (15) 1* Kent 67 (3) Montgomery 3,483 (152) 19* Prince George’s 4,795 (162) 11* Queen Anne’s 52 (3) St. Mary’s 124 (6) Somerset 14 Talbot 28 (1) Washington 154 (3) Wicomico […]

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