A Year Ago Maryland Reported Its First COVID-Related DeathA year ago today, March 18, Maryland reported its first coronavirus-related death.
COVID-19 In Maryland: 31 More Deaths Reported Saturday As Hospitalizations Continue To DecreaseMaryland continues to see decreases in positivity rate and hospitalizations as 31 more deaths were reported on Saturday, according to state health department data.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Hospitalizations, Positivity Rate Continue To Decrease As State Surpasses 350K CasesDownward trends in coronavirus data continue in Maryland, as the state surpasses 350,000 COVID-19 cases over the span of the pandemic.
More Than 90K Americans Could Die Of COVID-19 In Next 3 Weeks, CDC Forecast ShowsAnother 92,000 are projected to die from the virus over roughly the next three weeks, according to an ensemble forecast published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Remembering More Than 5,700 Marylanders Who Died Of COVID-19 In Bleak 2020, And Hope For A Better 2021When 2020 dawned, we didn’t know the terrible suffering the year would bring: 5,727 Marylanders lost their lives to COVID-19.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Hospitalizations Increase As 1.9K More Cases, 28 More Deaths ReportedCoronavirus hospitalizations increased for the second day in a row in Maryland as the state reported more than 1,900 new cases and 28 new deaths Monday.
December Will Be 'One Of The Deadliest Months' For COVID, Baltimore Officials SayDecember will be one of the "deadliest" months for COVID since the pandemic began, Baltimore health officials warned Wednesday during a press conference with the city's new mayor Brandon Scott.
Beloved Baltimore City Teacher Antwion Ball Dies From COVID-19A beloved Baltimore City Schools teacher died from complications related to COVID-19 last Friday, Nov. 27.
The US Should Expect 20,000 More Coronavirus Deaths By End Of The Month, Former CDC Director SaysAnother 20,000 Covid-19 deaths by the end of the month are "inevitable," according to a former director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Baltimore City Health Department Employee Dies From CoronavirusAn employee for the Baltimore City Health Department has died from COVID-19. 
COVID-19 Cases in U.S Prisons 5 Times Higher, Death Rate 3 Times Higher Than General Population, Study SaysCoronavirus cases in U.S. prisons are five times higher than the general population and the death rate is three times higher, according to new research from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Schools of Public Health.