At least 37 more people got positive coronavirus tests back Friday, and the virus has taken the lives of at least three more Anne Arundel County residents, according to data from the state health department.
Across the county, there are at least 5,042 confirmed cases of the virus, and at least 198 people have died. An additional eight people are suspected to have died of the virus, though a test was never performed.
The positivity rate in Anne Arundel County is now 3.83%.
Statewide, there are an additional 335 confirmed positive cases, and 15 more people died, pushing the totals to 66,450 confirmed cases and 3,030 deaths. The state has now conducted a total of 623,927 tests, and the positivity rate is 4.86%.
UPDATE: The @MDHealthDept is now reporting 66,450 confirmed cases of #COVIDー19 in Maryland. The state has conducted a total of 623, 927 tests.
There is still no cure and no vaccine, and Marylanders are encouraged to wear masks when in close contact with people they do not live with, practice aggressive hand hygiene, and stay six feet away from others as much as possible.
Annapolis ZIP code 21403 has the highest number of reported cases in Anne Arundel County, with 560 being reported by county health officials, and 591 being reported by the state. In neighboring Annapolis ZIP code 21401, 419 cases are being reported by the county, and 481 are being reported by the state.
Glen Burnie ZIP 21061 is reporting similarly high numbers, county health officials are reporting 502, and state health officials are reporting 561.
Anne Arundel cases by ZIP code
Here is an alphabetical breakdown of the number of cases in each ZIP code in Anne Arundel County as of Saturday. This data uses the county’s numbers. State numbers are in parentheses.
ZIP codes that overlap more than one county are in italics. The state numbers also account for cases at congregate living facilities in those ZIP codes, which the county numbers do not include.