Coronavirus Latest: Health Officials Now Recommend Wearing Cloth Masks In PublicThe question whether or not to wear a mask amid the COVID-19 pandemic has been debated a lot recently among officials, but as of Friday, it's been settled. 
Despite Coronavirus-Related Restrictions, Baltimore Rev. Alwin Gwynn Says He Won't Stop Holding Church ServicesOne Baltimore pastor says Gov. Larry Hogan's order is infringing upon his First Amendment rights to gather at church on Sundays.
Coronavirus Latest: Newborns, Mothers May Be Separated After Birth Under New CDC GuidelinesNewborn babies could be separated from their mothers after birth to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, under new CDC guidelines. A doctor from Johns Hopkins said skin-to-skin contact and breastfeeding could result in an exposure.
How Long Should You Wash Your Hands? Here's A Tune You Can Use From Every DecadeCoronavirus cases are climbing in the US, but health officials maintain one of the best ways to prevent it from spreading is by washing your hands.
82 People Sickened By Flu On Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Out Of Baltimore, No Cases Of CoronavirusEighty-two people on a recent Royal Caribbean Grandeur of the Seas voyage that returned to Baltimore had to be isolated because of a flu outbreak.
Towson University Suspends Study Abroad To Some Countries As They Monitor The Coronavirus OutbreakTowson University has suspended all study abroad trips to China, Japan, and Italy for the rest of the Spring 2020 term as they continue to monitor the coronavirus outbreak. 
Council President Brandon Scott Calls On Mayor Jack Young To Present Coronavirus Emergency Preparedness PlanThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday that it expects the coronavirus will spread in the U.S. and asked citizens to prepare.
'This Could Be Bad' | Baltimore Residents Worried As CDC Says Coronavirus Will Spread In The U.S.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday it expects the coronavirus will spread in the U.S. and asked citizens to prepare. 
Second Person In Maryland Being Tested For Coronavirus, Health Officials SayState and federal health officials are monitoring a second Maryland patient to see if they contracted the deadly novel coronavirus that has sickened people worldwide.
Maryland Health Department Reports Five More Flu-Related DeathsFive more people have died from flu-related illnesses in Maryland this flu season, according to the Maryland Health Department. 
3 Children, 17 Adults Have Died From Flu-Related Illnesses In Maryland So Far This Flu SeasonTwo children and 13 adults have died from flu-related illnesses in Maryland this flu season, according to the Maryland Health Department.