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Coronavirus in Maryland: The latest numbers - Tuesday, 08-25-2020

Updated: Aug 26, 2020

Today,

@MDHealthDept

 is now reporting 105,046 confirmed cases of #COVIDー19 in Maryland.

The state has conducted a total of 1,807,573 tests.

The statewide positivity rate is now 3.25%.

Number of persons tested negative: 1,150,519

Number of confirmed deaths: 3,564 (+10)

HOSPITALIZATIONS:

Currently hospitalized: 411

Acute care: 314

Intensive care: 97

Ever hospitalized: 14,051











Yesterday 08-24-2020

@MDHealthDept

 is now reporting 104,669 confirmed cases of #COVIDー19 in Maryland.

The state has conducted a total of 1,794,703 tests.

The statewide positivity rate is now 3.27%.

Number of persons tested negative: 1,142,924

Number of confirmed deaths: 3,554



HOSPITALIZATIONS:

Currently hospitalized: 407

Acute care: 304

Intensive care: 103

Ever hospitalized: 14,007







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