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Number of confirmed cases of coronavirus rises to 31 in Maryland

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Posted at 10:04 AM, Mar 14, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-15 10:38:41-04

BALTIMORE — The Maryland Department of Health has announced five new confirmed cases of COVID-19 since Saturday.

This brings the total number of cases in the state to 31.

One of the Saturday cases was a Harford County person who is a 69-year-old who is a family member of the county’s first reported case, an 86-year-old woman who traveled overseas and remains hospitalized. The 69-year-old remains isolated at home and is asymptomatic.

As of March 15, there are no deaths and no cases reported among children.

Montgomery County health officials have confirmed that the first patients reported in the state have recovered and cleared self-quarantine.

FULL COUNTY BREAKDOWN:

  • Montgomery: 12
  • Prince George's: 9
  • Baltimore County: 3
  • Harford: 2
  • Anne Arundel: 2
  • Baltimore City: 1
  • Charles: 1
  • Carroll: 1

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