Social Distancing Could Slow Down Spread Of Coronavirus, Doctors SayWhile some Marylanders are quarantined at home, others are still out and about, but trying to keep a safe distance so as not to contract or spread the coronavirus. 
Coronavirus In Maryland: What We KnowHere's what we know about coronavirus in Maryland.
Why Maryland's Elderly Are More At-Risk For CoronavirusWhile Maryland reported its ninth positive coronavirus case Tuesday, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan recommended precautions for the state's elderly residents: avoid large crowds and traveling.
How Long Does The Coronavirus Live On Surfaces? The Experts Weigh InWhile the coronavirus is thought to spread mainly from person-to-person, the experts say COVID-19 can spread when you touch a contaminated surface. But how long does it live on a surface?
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.
Former Baltimore Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen: 'Don't Buy Masks' For Coronavirus ProtectionFormer Baltimore Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen said masks won't protect people from coronavirus.
LIST: EPA Releases Names Of Disinfectants You Can Use Against CoronavirusThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is arming consumers with a list of disinfectants that people can use to protect themselves from the novel coronavirus.
The Symptoms Of Coronavirus And What You Should Do If You Feel SickAmid the coronavirus outbreak, a question you may be asking is: what should I do if I start to feel sick?
Here's How To Track The Spread Of The Coronavirus In Real TimeWith more than 90,000 cases of coronavirus worldwide and the first reported deaths in the U.S. over the weekend, more and more people are growing concerned about the spread of the virus.
6 Steps To Protect Yourself From CoronavirusHere are six steps to protect yourself from coronavirus or COVID-19
What Is A Coronavirus?A coronavirus is a common infection that almost everyone gets at least once in their life. So is there a reason for residents here in the U.S. to be concerned about a new coronavirus from China? Here’s what you need to know.