Countries Should Meet These Five Criteria Before Easing Lockdowns, Study Says. Many Aren't Even CloseCountries should not ease coronavirus lockdown restrictions until they meet five criteria -- and many nations are not even close, according to a new analysis published in The Lancet medical journal.
250 Ravens Family Members, Staff Will Be Allowed To See Monday Night's Game Against Chiefs In-PersonWhen the Baltimore Ravens and defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs face off Monday at M&T Bank Stadium, the stands won't be completely empty after all.
Jockeys Riding At Pimlico On Preakness Weekend Face TestingJockeys riding in the Preakness and other races at Pimlico next weekend must undergo a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of their first mount.
Cecil College Closes Due To Positive COVID-19 CaseCecil College has closed all of its campuses Friday after a positive COVID-19 case was reported.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, Wife Test Positive For CoronavirusVirginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced Friday that he and his wife have both tested positive for the coronavirus, though he said he is showing no symptoms.
Maryland Allows High School Sports To Return; Hogan Praises In-Person Instruction As Some Teachers Voice Safety ConcernsFall sports practices at Maryland public schools can begin October 7
Baltimore County Schools Reverse Decision To Have All Staff Return October 19A week after saying all staff members would return in-person on October 19, the Baltimore County Public Schools system has pushed back that date.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Positivity Rate Declines As Cases Near 122KThe statewide coronavirus positivity decreased again Thursday as a total of 121,800 cases were reported in Maryland over the span of the pandemic.
MDTA Accepting Toll Payments For Trips On, Before June 30Drivers without an E-ZPass who owe toll money to the state can now make proactive payments for trips made on or before June 30, the MDTA said.
Restaurants Should Be Able To Use Barriers To Avoid 6-Foot Distance Between Tables, Group ArguesThe Restaurant Association of Maryland is calling on the state to allow restaurants to use physical barriers between tables and booths as a way to avoid the mandatory six feet of distance required amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Drug, Alcohol Deaths Up In Maryland; Officials Say Coronavirus Pandemic To BlameWhile the coronavirus pandemic continues to claim thousands of lives in Maryland, new data shows a dramatic jump in drug and alcohol-related deaths across the state.