Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore Southwest Police Station Reopens After Officer Tests Positive For COVID-19, 40 Officers QuarantinedThe Baltimore Southwest Police Station reopened Monday after a police officer tested positive for coronavirus over the weekend.
'He Didn't Want To Die' | Retired DC Firefighter Gary Holmberg Dies At 77 From COVID-19 In Pleasant View Nursing Home OutbreakHis daughter said he served 22 years as a firefighter, and was temporarily moved into the Carroll County nursing home in late February to recover from surgery.
A 'Miracle Machine': Baltimore Company Creates Affordable Version Of Ventilators Amid Coronavirus PandemicAdcor Industries in Baltimore's Greektown neighborhood usually produces parts for the aerospace industry. Now, they've got their sights set a little closer to home.
California Lends 500 Ventilators To Several States, Including Maryland, DCThe White House said Monday that 500 ventilators on loan from California will be shipped to Nevada, Maryland, Delaware, the District of Columbia, the Northern Mariana Islands and Guam as the nation faces a crush of coronavirus-related hospitalizations.
Kirchmayr Chocolatier In Timonium To Close After Easter, Citing Coronavirus ImpactThe store's management wrote on Facebook it will close after Easter, citing the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic. While they are looking at ways they could re-open in the future, nothing is set in stone.
‘We Are Scared To Come To Work’: Nursing Home Employee Speaks On Concerns As Coronavirus Cases RiseWJZ spoke to a FutureCare employee — now in quarantine — who asked us not to reveal her identity. She says that until last week she was performing therapy at multiple nursing homes and did not have enough personal protective equipment.
Despite Risks, Cancer Patients Should Continue Chemotherapy Treatment During Coronavirus Pandemic, Doctor SaysAs hospitals focus on the immediate needs of coronavirus patients, patients battling cancer are facing a series of dilemmas.
'It's The Least We Can Do': 500 First Responders Get Free Meals Thanks To Local BusinessesThose on the front lines of this pandemic are going above and beyond to keep us safe and healthy amid the coronavirus pandemic. That's exactly what's inspiring so many to support our heroes in different ways.
Coronavirus Latest: 12 Cases Of COVID-19, 2 Deaths, Tied To Nursing Home In FrederickTwelve cases of the coronavirus have been tied to an assisted living facility in Frederick, county health officials said Monday.
Coronavirus Latest: 4 More Deaths Reported At Pleasant View Nursing Home In Mount AiryFour more coronavirus-related deaths have been reported at the Pleasant View Nursing Home in Mount Airy, Carroll County health officials said Monday.
Coronavirus Latest: 3 Confirmed Cases Of COVID-19 Within Harford County Sheriff's OfficeThere are three confirmed cases of coronavirus within the Harford County Sheriff's Office as of Monday evening, officials said.
Coronavirus Closings: Religious Institutions Should Keep Doors Closed Despite Easter, Passover, Young SaysSome of the most significant holy days in the Christian and Jewish faiths begin in the coming days, but Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young is urging religious institutions to keep their doors closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Cancellations: Students, Parents Upset By Decision To Cancel Proms Amid COVID-19 PandemicParents and students alike are trying to figure out how they can still commemorate an event many have been looking forward to for years.
'Flying Too Much In The Dark' | Maryland Legislators Frustrated With Lack Of Essential COVID-19 Supplies As Maryland Readies For Surge Of CasesMaryland legislators say as the state is expecting a large surge of coronavirus cases this week, they are "extremely frustrated" by the lack of essential supplies needed to protect frontline healthcare workers and treat patients.
Ex-Navy Commander Capt. Brett Crozier Tests Positive For COVID-19, Report SaysThe Navy captain removed from command of the USS Theodore Roosevelt last week after warning that action was needed to save the lives of his crew from a coronavirus outbreak has tested positive for the virus, according to The New York Times on Sunday.