Fourth COVID-19 death in Maryland reported

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MARYLAND (WDVM) — A fourth person in Maryland has died from COVID-19, the Maryland Department of Health said on Tuesday.

The health department said the person was a man in his 60s “who suffered from underlying medical conditions.” He lived in Prince George’s County.

There are currently 349 cases of COVID-19 in the state. Montgomery County has 107 cases, Frederick County has four cases and Washington County has two cases.

Symptoms of COVID-19 include fever, coughing and shortness of breath.

So far, these are the details we have about Maryland residents who have died from COVID-19:

  • March 18:  Prince George’s County resident in his 60s who had an underlying medical condition.
  • March 20: Baltimore County resident in his 60s who had underlying medical conditions.
  • March 22: Montgomery County resident in her 40s with an underlying medical condition.

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