Hall wrote that at least 548 people have died or probably died due to the disease. She wrote that 486 people have been confirmed to have died from COVID-19, while 62 people have probably died from the disease but are awaiting a laboratory confirmation.
Prince George’s and Montgomery counties continue to lead the state in confirmed COVID-19 cases, with at least 3,345 cases and 2,507 cases in the counties, respectively. Of the 548 people who have died or probably died due to the disease, 201 were from those two counties.
The 21215 zip code, which includes part of Northwest Baltimore city and Baltimore County, continues to lead the state in cases per individual ZIP code, with 265 cases as of Sunday.
The region includes the FutureCare Lochearn facility, a nursing home in the city where at least 170 people — 129 residents and 41 staffers — have tested positive for COVID-19.
Gov. Larry Hogan signed an executive order to speed up the release of inmates who were already eligible to be released within the next four months and the processing of inmates eligible for home detention.