Coronavirus In Maryland: Hospitalizations, ICU Cases Up As Total Tops 101.6KHospitalizations and ICU cases are both up Wednesday in Maryland as the state reports a total of 101,649 coronavirus cases.
The Forgotten Fight Against COVID-19: Are You Protecting Your Phone?In the last few months, COVID-19 has drastically changed our norms. While everyone is social distancing, masking up and wiping down every door knob in a three-mile-radius, what about the germ magnets we all keep glued to our finger tips; our cell phones.
Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Extends Public Schools Closure Until April 24; Officials Looking At Summer School OptionsMaryland public schools will be closed through April 24.
Gov. Hogan Says Trump Administration's Messaging On Coronavirus Response Is 'Pretty Confusing'He added that cases in the state are up about 600 percent from the week before. "We're going up, we're not going down." He said.
Coronavirus Resources: Y In Central Maryland Opening 11 Family Centers For Child Care For First Responders, Frontline Health Care WorkersStarting Wednesday, March 25, the Y's 11 Family Centers will open to provide child care for approximately 700 children of first responders and frontline health care workers, according to a press release from the Y.
Coronavirus Latest: Trader Joe's Closes Howard County Store For Deep CleaningThe crew member was last in the store on Monday, Trader Joe's said.
'If It Could Happen To Me, It Could Happen To You' | Baltimore County Woman Recovering From COVID-19 Tells People To Follow Pandemic Rules“I had this weird feeling in my chest—there was like a tightness in my chest. It felt like something was brewing,” Fernandez said. “I know something was respiratory-wise was about to happen.”
Coronavirus Latest: No Payment Required At Baltimore Parking Meters, Restrictions Not In Effect During Emergency PeriodParking meters and parking meter restrictions will not be in effect until the emergency has been lifted.
Coronavirus Impact: BGE Customers With Disconnected Service Can Get Service Restored During COVID-19 PandemicAs the COVID-19 pandemic continues, BGE will be working with residents whose service was disconnected before the March 13 moratorium on service disconnections to have their service restored.
Coronavirus Latest: UMMS Provider Tests Positive For COVID-19UMMS said that when a provider tested positive for COVID-19, they took "immediate steps" to investigate their exposure.
'People Have To Listen': Gov. Larry Hogan Says Social Distancing Due To Coronavirus Is 'Absolutely Essential'Hogan, who ordered last week a statewide reduction in the number of people allowed to congregate from 50 to 10, said those not heeding the warnings are "endangering not only yourselves but your fellow citizens."
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore Groups Making Masks, 3D Face Shields For Local HospitalsNon-profit groups are coming together to help medical systems short on supplies find alternatives during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Talk Can Be Overwhelming. Here's How Doctors Say You Can CopeGet up, get exercise, read a book, do something that takes your mind off of the "what ifs" and focus on what you can control.
'Everything Is Wiped Out Now Till May' | Harford Sound, Small Businesses Struggle Amid Coronavirus ShutdownKirkendall is trying to remain as positive as possible, urging his clients and colleagues to not give up hope, help out another business as much as you can to pay it forward, and please wash your hands!
Coronavirus Update: Under Armour Donates $2M To Help Support People Affected By PandemicUnder Armour announced it is donating $2 million to provide community support for those impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.