Johns Hopkins' New Coronavirus Test To Be Used At 5 Baltimore-Area HospitalsThe coronavirus test developed at Johns Hopkins Hospital that began being used in the past few days is rolling out to five Baltimore-area hospitals, the university said Saturday.
Johns Hopkins Expert: Use Antibodies As Temporary Solution To CoronavirusInfectious disease experts at Johns Hopkins have a possible solution to keeping COVID-19 under control.
Maryland Hospitals Ramp Up Virtual Screening For Novel Coronavirus As New Cases ReportedHealth officials reported several new coronavirus cases in the Baltimore region—including patients in Baltimore County, Anne Arundel County and Carroll County. 
Coronavirus In Maryland: Upper Chesapeake Health Testing Pre-Screened Patients In Parking LotUpper Chesapeake Health, a part of the University of Maryland Medical System, is offering testing of pre-screened, physician-ordered coronavirus patients starting Friday.
Johns Hopkins Hospital Creates Its Own Coronavirus Test, Hopes To Test As Many As 1K Per DayDoctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore have created their own coronavirus test they hope will help address the need for more testing for the virus.
Maryland Hospitals Set Up Tents To Prepare For CoronavirusMaryland hospitals have started setting up triage tents to prepare for a potential increase in patients due to coronavirus.
How Local Hospitals, Organizations Across Baltimore Are Taking Preventative Measures As Coronavirus Spreads In MarylandWithin the past few days, counties across the area are calling for hospitals, churches and schools to take preventative measures as the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread in Maryland. 
Baltimore County Doctor Says He's Running Out Of Necessary Supplies Amid Coronavirus OutbreakSome doctors say they're running out of the necessary supplies to help treat sick patients amid the coronavirus outbreak.
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Waiving Costs For 'Medically Necessary' Coronavirus TestsMarylanders covered by CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield won't have to pay for medically necessary tests related to the coronavirus, the healthcare company said Saturday.
Health Officials Say Maryland Is Still Low Risk For Coronavirus, But Doctors Advise Taking PrecautionsEmergency room Dr. Jesse Irwin says people should avoid hand-to-hand contact and that masks may not be the way to protect yourself.
With Coronavirus Cases Growing, Johns Hopkins Specialized Unit Prepared To Take PatientsAt least 17 people have died from the rapidly spreading coronavirus. China is now quarantining 11 million people to keep the virus from spreading as five airports across the United States have started screening travelers coming from China.