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Nov. 28: Anne Arundel adds 107 coronavirus cases, no deaths

Another 107 coronavirus cases were recorded in Anne Arundel County Saturday, according to state health data, bringing the county total to 16,404 cases and 286 deaths since the pandemic emerged in March.

No new deaths were recorded Saturday, according to the data from the Maryland Department of Health. There are 12 deaths in the county that are likely from COVID-19 but the deceased did not receive a test.

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The numbers have fallen from above 200 in recent days, although county Health Officer Nilesh Kalyanaraman last week that day to day fluctuations are to be expected as the surge continues.

“At these kind of numbers you’re going to see a little wiggle,” he said. I’m going to guess that, because we’ve seen particularly in the past week or two, we’ve seen some increased delay in getting results. And wouldn’t put too much stock in that as a decrease yet.”

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Maryland added 1,590 new confirmed coronavirus cases and 33 more deaths, marking the first time in the past four days the number has fallen below 2,000 cases. Maryland’s total now stands at 194,448 cases and 4,447 virus-related deaths.

More than 27,000 people received a COVID-19 test statewide and 6.8% of tests returned positive for the novel coronavirus, above the 5% metric that factors into reopening decisions.

Current hospitalizations in the state rose slightly with 11 more people requiring in-patient care. There are 1,446 people currently hospitalized with 1,095 patients in acute care and 351 patients in intensive care beds across the state. Hospitalization rates continue to climb behind the recent surge in new coronavirus cases.

Health officials are bracing to see a bump in coronavirus cases and later hospitalizations as poeple gathered Thursday for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Cases by ZIP codes

Here is an alphabetical breakdown of the number of cases in each ZIP code in Anne Arundel County as of Friday, according to state data. The county did not update its data Saturday due to the holiday.

  • Annapolis (21401): 1,051 (1265)
  • Annapolis (21403): 1,058 (1191)
  • Annapolis (21405): 17 (26)
  • Annapolis (21409): 396 (466)
  • Annapolis Junction (20701): 1 (11)
  • Arnold (21012): 435 (534)
  • Brooklyn (21225): 350 (1155)
  • BWI Airport (21240): 0 (N/A)
  • Churchton (20733): 42 (46)
  • Crofton (21114): 465 (574)
  • Crownsville (21032): 161 (218)
  • Curtis Bay (21226): 75 (197)
  • Davidsonville (21035): 119 (138)
  • Deale (20751): 47 (51)
  • Dunkirk (20754): 10 (120)
  • Edgewater (21037): 406 (517)
  • Fort Meade (20755): (114)
  • Friendship (20758): 10 (13)
  • Galesville (20765): 8 (12)
  • Gambrills (21054): 236 (331)
  • Gibson Island (21056): 5 (N/A)
  • Glen Burnie (21060): 1,032 (1244)
  • Glen Burnie (21061): 1,685 (1870)
  • Hanover (21076): 476 (638)
  • Harmans (21077): 12 (12)
  • Harwood (20776): 51(56)
  • Jessup (20794): 85 (954)
  • Laurel (20724): 707 (789)
  • Linthicum Heights (21090): 272 (330)
  • Lothian (20711): 189 (200)
  • Millersville (21108): 390 (445)
  • Naval Academy (21402): (69)
  • North Beach (20714): 2 (68)
  • Odenton (21113): 740 (801)
  • Owings (20736): 0 (155)
  • Pasadena (21122): 1,510 (1674)
  • Riva (21140): 41 (52)
  • Severn (21144): 967 (1038)
  • Severna Park (21146): 536 (648)
  • Shady Side (20764): 54 (60)
  • Tracys Landing (20779): 14 (16)
  • West River (20778): 30 (36)

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