An additional 44 cases of the new coronavirus were reported in Maryland on Monday, bringing the state’s total to 288.
The majority of cases, 236, were reported in people between age 18 and 64, said Mike Ricci, a spokesman for Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan. People over the age of 65 accounted for 49 cases. Three children were also confirmed to have COVID-19.
The majority of cases have been found in Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, with 93 and 47 cases, respectively. Baltimore City has 31 cases, Baltimore County has 35 and Anne Arundel County has 20 cases.
The state updates the number of cases confirmed each day at 10 a.m. while counties and local jurisdictions may announce cases separate from those confirmed by the state.
The governor is expected to announce further emergency orders around 11 a.m. Keep up with the latest coronavirus updates here.