On Wednesday, July 29, confirmed COVID-19 cases in Maryland are 86,285, a one-day increase of 761 cases (with 4,156 on the Eastern Shore and 148 confirmed deaths). Since March 3, the testing volume is 1,160,443, testing positive 4.77%, number of negative test results 792,674, confirmed deaths 3,347, probable deaths 131, currently hospitalized 571 and released from isolation 5,592. Delaware reported 14,602 total cases, with 581 deaths (the increased number reflects total deaths, including probable). The number of negative test results is 162,414, currently hospitalized 68 and recovered 8,108. For more detailed information, see coronavirus.maryland.gov and coronavirus.delaware.gov.

Total cases (and deaths) by Maryland county and Baltimore city (* indicates probable coronavirus deaths):

Allegany — 260 (18)

Anne Arundel — 6,599 (206) 8*

Baltimore County — 11,423 (516) 22*

Baltimore city — 10,826 (390) 14*

Calvert — 559 (26) 1*

Caroline — 418 (3)

Carroll — 1,414 (114) 2*

Cecil — 612 (29) 1*

Charles — 1,796 (88) 2*

Dorchester — 319 (5)

Frederick — 2,947 (114) 7*

Garrett — 45

Harford — 1,676 (64) 3*

Howard — 3,441 (96) 6*

Kent — 224 (22) 1*

Montgomery — 17,305 (748) 39*

Prince George’s — 22,044 (710) 23*

Queen Anne’s — 376 (22) 1*

St. Mary’s — 863 (53)

Somerset — 116 (3)

Talbot — 323 (4)

Washington — 931 (30)

Wicomico — 1,260 (43)

Worcester — 508 (17) 1*

Total cases by Delaware county:

New Castle — 6,682

Kent — 2,142

Sussex — 5,575

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