As of Friday, November 6, 2020, there have been 151,505 cases of novel coronavirus in Maryland. The state has now conducted 3,587,697 tests.
The statewide positivity rate stands at 4.37%, an increase from last Friday’s 3.71%.
There have been 4,046 related deaths and 609 individuals are currently hospitalized – an increase of 96 hospitalizations since last Friday. A total of 152 ICU beds are currently in use, an increase of 26 beds since last Friday.
Approximately 70% of Maryland’s COVID-19 fatalities have been among those over 70 years of age (2,838/4,046), as seen in the chart below from the Maryland Department of Health.
Maryland COVID-19 Mortality Rate by Age Group
Thus far, the mortality rate for coronavirus in Maryland remains under 5.00% for those residents under 70 years of age. The mortality rate for all age groups dropped or stayed the same over the past week.
|Age Group||Deaths||Cases||Mortality Rate||Survival Rate|
|0 – 9||0||6,004||0.00% ↔||100.00% ↔|
|10 – 19||3||13,350||0.02% ↔||99.98% ↔|
|20 – 29||24||28,800||0.08% ▼||99.92% ▲|
|30 – 39||54||27,317||0.20% ↔||99.80% ↔|
|40 – 49||132||23,989||0.55% ▼||99.45% ▲|
|50 – 59||331||22,058||1.50% ▼||98.50% ▲|
|60 – 69||662||14,802||4.47% ▼||95.53% ▲|
|70 – 79||1,004||8,626||11.64% ▼||88.36% ▲|
|80+||1,834||6,577||27.89% ▼||72.11% ▲|
There have now been 1,851,665 negative COVID-19 test results in Maryland and 8,262 patients have been released from isolation.
Baltimore County has confirmed 22,046 COVID-19 cases and and 658 deaths (note: “probable” deaths are not included in these totals).
Zip Code Report
Case breakdown by zip code in NottinghamMD.com’s coverage area:
- 21057 (Glen Arm) – 76 cases (+9 since last Friday)
- 21128 (Perry Hall) – 292 cases (+22)
- 21162 (White Marsh) – 114 cases (+5)
- 21206 (Overlea) – 1,769 cases (+116)
- 21234 (Hillendale/Parkville/Carney) – 1,750 cases (+94)
- 21236 (Overlea/Fullerton/Nottingham) – 866 cases (+53)
- 21237 (Rossville/Rosedale) – 1,056 cases (+64)
In response to the nationwide fall COVID-19 surge and rising positivity rates, case rates, and hospitalizations in Maryland, Governor Larry Hogan on Thursday provided a detailed update on the state’s preparedness and urged Marylanders to follow all public health protocols.
“Thanks to the heroic efforts of so many state employees working around the clock, and because of the vigilance and support of the people of Maryland, we are in a much better position than we were this spring, and Maryland is also much better prepared than most states to be able to withstand this next surge,” said Governor Hogan. “However, I cannot stress strongly enough that we cannot afford to let our guard down. The weeks and months ahead will be difficult, and our collective actions will determine whether we can continue safely on the road to recovery.”
“With the holidays approaching and so many Marylanders making plans to spend time with family and friends, it is more important than ever for all of us to remain cautious and vigilant,” continued the governor. “We want Marylanders to enjoy the holiday season with your loved ones, but we want you to do it as safely as possible.”
The full transcript from Thursday’s press conference is available here and the video can be viewed below.
Additional charts and data can be viewed below.