Coronavirus In Maryland: Cases Grow By More Than 500, Hospitalizations UpMaryland coronavirus cases grew by more than 500 overnight, according to new numbers from the state.
Coronavirus In Maryland: More Than 900 Cases Reported In 24 Hours, Hospitalizations FlatMore than 900 more COVID-19 cases were reported in the last 24 hours in Maryland. It's another day of large jumps in cases. 
Hogan: Trump Administration 'Bungled' Efforts To Prevent Spread, Detect Coronavirus EarlyIn his new book, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan detailed how President Donald Trump's administration "bungled" efforts to prevent the spread of coronavirus early as well as his thoughts on the 2015 Baltimore unrest after Freddie Gray's death.
Coronavirus Latest: Gov. Hogan Discourages Marylanders From Traveling Out-Of-StateMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan is discouraging Marylanders from traveling out-of-state after other states are seeing spikes in coronavirus cases.
Glen Burnie VEIP Station Offers No-Appointment COVID-19 Testing, Some Testing Sites Closed For July 4th HolidayThe Glen Burnie Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program (VEIP) COVID-19 testing site is offering no appointment-needed drive-thru testing starting July 1.
Greenbelt-Based Lab Ordered To Stop COVID-19 TestingState officials have ordered the Advanced Pain Medicine Institute in Prince George's County to stop offering tests because the results may be wrong. 
Johns Hopkins, Baltimore Health Department Aiming To Test More People In Hardest-Hit Areas Of CityJohns Hopkins and the Baltimore City Health Department are teaming up to make sure people in the areas of the city hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic get tested.
Rapid COVID-19 Tests Now Offered Outside Mondawmin MallRapid COVID-19 tests is now available for Baltimore residents in the parking lot outside the former Target at Mondawmin Mall. 
Coronavirus In Maryland: Deaths Surpass 3K, As Hospitalizations Continue To FallMore than 3,000 people have died from coronavirus in Maryland.
Coronavirus In Maryland: 330 New Cases Added, 15 More Deaths ReportedMaryland state health officials report 65,337 total cases and 2,978 deaths- up 15 in the last 24 hours- with 130 people listed as probable deaths from the virus.
Baltimore City Leads Large Jurisdictions At 9.3% Of Population Tested For COVID-19, Gov. Hogan Says Gov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday Baltimore City leads large jurisdictions with 9.3 percent of its population tested, an increase from the 8.3 percent total tested on June 18.