Confirmed COVID-19 cases held steady in Adams County as of midday Wednesday, but totals increased in some adjoining counties.

Between Tuesday and Wednesday, cases in Adams and Cumberland were unchanged at six and 13, respectively, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Health website.

Meanwhile, cases rose from 18 to 20 in York and from three to five in Franklin County.

Statewide, confirmed cases rose from 851 in 40 counties on Tuesday to 1,127 in 44 counties on Wednesday, while deaths increased from seven to 11, according to the website. No deaths were in Adams or its neighboring counties.

Negative test results totaled 11,193 statewide as of Wednesday, up from 8,643, according to the website.

In neighboring Maryland counties, cases rose from four to seven in Frederick but held steady at five in Carroll, according to that state’s department of health website.

Maryland’s statewide totals were 349 cases Tuesday versus 423 Wednesday, according to the website. Deaths there rose from three to four; none were in Frederick or Carroll.

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