The Maryland Department of Health sent out the following tweet:
RELEASE: @MDHealthDept has announced the state’s fourth death as a result of #COVID19: a Prince George’s County resident in his 60s who suffered from underlying medical conditions. Our thoughts are with his family and loved ones.
For resources, visit: http://coronavirus.maryland.gov.
Governor Larry Hogan followed that with this tweet:
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken another Maryland life—a Prince George’s County resident. Our prayers are with his family, friends, and all those who loved him. We are all in this together.
Note – you can see both tweets in the image in this article.
Information about the first three deaths in Maryland:
- Governor Larry Hogan tonight announced the first COVID-19 death in Maryland, a Prince George’s County resident in his 60s who suffered from an underlying medical condition (March 18th)
- Governor Larry Hogan has issued the following statement regarding Maryland’s second COVID-19 death, a Baltimore County resident in his 60s who suffered from underlying medical conditions (March 20th)
- Maryland Department of Health Announces Third Coronavirus Death – a Montgomery County resident in her 40s (March 22nd)
Correction: This is the 4th case noting “underlying medical conditions”.
If more details are released I will update this article.