BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Maryland Department of Health and CDC recently confirmed through testing that a provider at The Johns Hopkins Hospital has the coronavirus.

That provider is currently at home and recovering.

Out an abundance of caution, and per hospital policies and discussion with state authorities, all patients, clinicians and staff who may have been in contact with the provider have been identified and instructed to self-quarantine as directed.


The hospital said it remains committed to the safety of our patients, clinicians and our staff, and will continue to provide updates as this situation evolves.

The hospital also said it will continue to provide information as more becomes available.

It is unclear if this person is among the 19 people who have already tested positive for coronavirus in Maryland.

For the latest information on coronavirus go to the Maryland Health Department’s website or call 211. You can find all of WJZ’s coverage on coronavirus in Maryland here.

  1. Richard L Shoemaker says:

    Why didn’t they “Quarantine” the Johns Hopkins Hospital Provider like they are doing with everyone else???? Johns Hopkins should let the “General Public” know who this Provider is and also notify all of their Patients as well. Don’t keep any “Secrets” from the “General Public”. Also, there is no “Guarantee” that this “Provider” will in fact stay in their own home and not go out in public and infect others. What in the h**l is Johns Hopkins thinking?????? “Quarantine” this “Provider As Soon As Possible”.

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