Maryland coronavirus updates: Maryland adds 3,292 coronavirus cases and 47 deaths, including second child under 10.

Number of cases

There are 317,815 total confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Maryland as of Jan. 14. See below for a breakdown by county, according to the state health department, and go here to see charts and maps of the makeup of confirmed cases in the state.

Allegany: 5,839


Anne Arundel: 29,358

Baltimore City: 35,199


Baltimore County: 43,403

Calvert: 2,899

Caroline: 1,608

Carroll: 6,210

Cecil: 4,267

Charles: 7,022

Dorchester: 1,759

Frederick: 13,970

Garrett: 1,689

Harford: 10,027

Howard: 13,195

Kent: 904


Montgomery: 53,283

Prince George’s: 61,946

Queen Anne’s: 2,099

St. Mary’s: 3,998

Somerset: 2,052

Talbot: 1,458

Washington: 10,306

Wicomico: 5,531

Worcester: 2,717

Today’s top stories

10:32 a.m.: Maryland adds 3,292 coronavirus cases Saturday, 47 more deaths.

Yesterday’s top stories

5:35 p.m.: Local business owners have said the indoor dining ban hurts their bottom line — especially as eateries in neighboring counties are still allowed to serve customers indoors.

4:32 p.m.: A new Maryland policy that enables a5dults 65 and older to start getting inoculated for COVID-19 lacks critical details that officials and experts say could hamper the ability to ensure all those who want the vaccine can get it.

3:25 p.m.: The 5,400-square-foot, high-end clothing store at 809 Aliceanna St. shuttered Wednesday, following the 203-year-old company’s bankruptcy filing this summer, according to Harbor East Management, the store’s landlord.

2:50 p.m.: Maryland is doling out $30 million in coronavirus relief to about 90 entertainment venues in the state, including 23 organizations in Baltimore.

10:42 a.m.: These are the confirmed Maryland cases of the novel coronavirus, the illness that causes the COVID-19 disease, confirmed by the Maryland Department of Health. The charts and maps below show what has been reported by the state and update around 10 a.m. each day.

10:22 a.m.: A health care worker shortage has been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic. The lack of nurses may be the most consequential. Maryland nurses are stretched, stressed and spent. Some are leaving their jobs and signing on with staffing agencies that pay better and are driving up the cost of providing health care.

10:16 a.m.: The state has now recorded 320,739 cases and 6,322 deaths since health officials began to track the COVID-19 disease in March.

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