Montgomery County coronavirus cases jump 50% with six new cases

UPDATE (4:45 P.M.): Officials in Montgomery County reported six new coronavirus cases, a 50% jump from the 12 previously reported:

There are currently more coronavirus cases confirmed in Montgomery County than anywhere else in Maryland. 

ORIGINAL: The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Maryland is up to 31, Gov. Larry Hogan reported Sunday.

That's up from the 26 cases reported previously. You can track coronavirus cases in the state here

Officials moved this week to close all schools in Maryland through March 27 in an attempt to slow the spread of the virus.

Officials also reported the first three people to test positive for coronavirus in the state have since fully recovered.

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