DC Psychiatric Hospital Goes Weeks Without Drinking WaterIt's been nearly four weeks since bacteria that can cause Legionnaires' disease was found in the water system of a public psychiatric hospital in the nation's capital.
DC Public Psychiatric Hospital Goes Without Drinking WaterA public psychiatric hospital in the nation’s capital has been without drinking water for more than a week.
Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Remains Closed With Toll Lanes Automated As Health Officials Test For Legionellosis After 2 Employees DiagnosedDrivers who usually pay with cash should keep moving through the plaza without stopping and it will be sent as a toll statement, MDTA said.
North Baltimore Apartments Affected By Legionnaires' DiseaseFor the last month, residents at the Metropolitan of Baltimore have been under strict water restrictions. All this comes on the heels of several cases of Legionnaires' Disease, confirmed by the City Health Department.
2 Cases Of Legionnaires' Disease Result In Water Restrictions At Family CenterLegionella can be found in water environments including cooling towers, showers, humidifiers and whirlpool spas.
2 Cases Of Legionnaires Confirmed At Senior Community In BaltimoreAn alert from Baltimore health officials after two cases of Legionnaires' Disease are confirmed at a senior housing apartment building.
Legionnaires' Patient Sues Ocean City HotelA man who was treated for Legionnaires' disease after an outbreak at an Ocean City hotel last year is suing the innkeeper for $6 million.
Legionella Proves Stubborn Foe At Westernport Senior SiteThe Allegany County Housing Authority says it's still trying to eradicate Legionella bacteria from a Westernport senior-citizen apartment complex four months after a resident there was diagnosed with Legionnaires disease.
Cases Of Legionnaires' Increase In Frederick Co.Frederick County health officials say the number of cases of Legionnaire's disease is higher than in the last five years, but it's still relatively low.
Man Dies From Legionnaires' Disease In Ellicott City A dangerous bacteria strikes in Howard County, killing an elderly man.