Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Can Enter Stage 3 Of Reopening, Gov. Hogan SaysGov. Larry Hogan announced during a press conference on Tuesday that Maryland can enter Stage 3 of its Roadmap to Recovery Plan on Friday.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Hospitalizations, Positivity Rate Down As Total Cases Surpass 106KMaryland's coronavirus positivity rate fell slightly Thursday as the state's total number of confirmed cases topped 106,000, the health department reported.
Coronavirus Latest: Gov. Larry Hogan Will Announce Maryland's Plan To Reopen FridayGov. Larry Hogan said he will announced Maryland's Roadmap To Recovery plan on Friday. This plan will mark how Maryland will reopen after the coronavirus pandemic led to a stay at home order to slow the spread of the illness.
Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Orders All Non-Essential Businesses To Close Monday, But Not A 'Lockdown'Gov. Larry Hogan orders all non-essential businesses to close as of 5 p.m. Monday, but didn't go as far as issuing a "stay-at-home" order to combat the spread of coronavirus.
Coronavirus Latest: Cecil County Reports First Case Of COVID-19Cecil County officials said she is in stable condition and is self-isolating in her home.
Coronavirus In Maryland: 5-Year-Old Girl Contracts COVID-19; Officials Say Elkridge Elementary Community 'Not At Risk'A five-year-old girl is among the latest patients of coronavirus in Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan announced, just a day after the state reported its first death.
'Working As Quickly As Possible' | Maryland House Passes Budget, Works Toward Early AdjournmentMaryland lawmakers will be working to put finishing touches on priority legislation before an early adjournment due to coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Maryland: 19 Positive Coronavirus Cases Reported As Of FridayThere are 19 positive coronavirus cases in Maryland, according to the latest numbers from the state health department.
Coronavirus In Maryland: What We KnowHere's what we know about coronavirus in Maryland.
Coronavirus Closings: What's Closed, Canceled In Baltimore, Maryland?Several events around Maryland have been postponed or canceled as the number of positive coronavirus cases continue to increase around the state, country and globally.