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Maryland Reports 157 New COVID-19 Cases; Now More Than 1,200 Confirmed Cases In National Capital Region

“We have never faced anything like this ever before, and I continue to urge the people of our state to stay in place at home and stay safe.”

Governor Hogan Announces Closure Of All Non-Essential Businesses, $175 Million Relief Package For Workers And Small Businesses Affected By COVID-19

Activates Field Hospital at Baltimore Convention Center and Hilton Hotel Establishes Pilot Assessment Location at FedEx Field Laurel Hospital to Reopen as Part of Hospital Surge Plan Issues Emergency Order to Prohibit Price Gouging Signs Directive to Bring More Testing ...

Watch: Governor Hogan Discusses COVID-19 Response On Meet The Press

“This is a problem that everybody’s been talking about for a week, but I don't think just talking about what was done wrong yesterday or last week or last year is really that helpful in the discussion.

Special Enrollment Period For Marylanders Without Health Insurance

Marylanders without health insurance who are concerned about the coronavirus, COVID-19, now have the opportunity to enroll in health coverage thanks to a special enrollment period that Governor Larry Hogan and the Maryland Health Connection have created in response to ...

Governor Hogan Announces Further Actions To Slow The Spread of COVID-19, Relaunches ‘Maryland Unites’ Initiative

Limits Gatherings to 10 People, Orders Closure of Shopping Malls Announces Five Requests Nation’s Governors Will Submit to President and Leaders of Congress Restricts Access to BWI Terminal and Urges Transit for Essential Travel Only Activates First Phase of Hospital ...

Watch Governor Hogan On Morning Joe: “I Just Want To Focus On What We Can Get Done Today”

“We’ve got to put aside that stuff and just get this job done, because we frankly don’t have time to wait.”

CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS CALL ON CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS TO ADDRESS DISPROPORTIONATE IMPACT OF CORONAVIRUS ON BLACK AMERICANS

Marc Morial, Melanie Campbell, Derrick Johnson & Rev. Al Sharpton Question Availability of Testing and Care, Disruptions to Education and Employment

Maryland Is One Of The Most Aggressive States Against the Coronavirus

According to the World Health Organization, the primary way that coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads is through close interaction with other people. If people come into contact with droplets exhaled or coughed out by infected people, they are at risk of getting ...

Watch: Governor Hogan Provides Updates on Maryland’s Coronavirus Response Live on CNN, PBS

“It's going to challenge and tax every resource we have, but I just want people to understand that we will get through this together”

Governor Hogan Issues Proclamation To Postpone April 28 Primary, Implement Vote-By-Mail System To Fill 7th Congressional District Seat

Discussions Underway To Postpone Preakness Stakes Announces Plan to Convert Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program Stations to Drive-Thru Testing Centers Announces Proactive Measures to Maintain Essential Transportation Services, Restrict Access to BWI Terminal Reinforces CDC Guidelines to Stay Home and Limit ...

Maryland Coronavirus In Numbers

Maryland Coronavirus In Numbers

Governor Hogan Announces Major Actions To Protect Public Health, Limit Spread Of COVID-19 Pandemic

National Guard Activated; MEMA Activation Level Raised; Mass Gatherings Prohibited; Cruise Terminal at Port of Baltimore Closed

'Community Conversations’ Series Culminates With Dialogue On Health

Publisher Joy Bramble and her colleagues could not have asked for a better finale to the Baltimore Times Community Conversations series.

Disney Plus— For Health Care?

Over 10 million people have signed up for Disney Plus since it launched last year. It's easy to understand why. The service gives subscribers access to hundreds of movies and television shows for just $7 a month— no cable plan ...

Parents: Don’t Skip Your Kids’ Yearly Checkups

Often we parents start out being very good about taking our babies to the doctor for their checkups. But once they start walking, talking and going to school, life can get really busy.

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