Coronavirus Latest: 5 Inmate Deaths, 335 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases In Maryland Correctional FacilitiesThe facility with the most cases is still the Jessup Correctional Institution, with 58 total cases- 19 of which are inmates.
Coronavirus Cases: Inmate At Dorsey Run Correctional Facility Dies From COVID-19An inmate in his 50s who was at the Dorsey Run Correctional Facility in Jessup prior to hospitalization has died from complications related to coronavirus on May 8. 
Coronavirus Cases: Inmate At Roxbury Correctional Institution In Hagerstown Dies From COVID-19 ComplicationsAn inmate at the Roxbury Correctional Institution in Hagerstown has died from complications related to the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Latest: 217 Total COVID-19 Cases In Maryland Correctional System, Including 50 InmatesThere are 157 officers who contracted COVID-19, of which 24 officers have recovered. There are 10 staff members who had the virus and six have recovered.
Coronavirus Latest: 152 COVID-19 Cases Within Maryland Correctional System, Including 39 InmatesThere are 107 officers who have the virus, and 14 officers who have recovered. There are six staff members with the virus. 
Coronavirus Latest: 136 COVID-19 Cases Within Maryland Correctional System, Including 31 InmatesOne person has died within the system, an inmate in his 60s.
Coronavirus Latest: First Maryland Inmate Dies Of COVID-19The inmate was in his 60s and had serious underlying medical conditions. He had been hospitalized for several weeks. 
Maryland Corrections Head Discusses Prison Staffing ConcernsMaryland's corrections chief told lawmakers Friday that his department has made strides in addressing concerns about staffing and overtime costs in state prisons.
4 Maryland Correctional Officers Injured In Prison FightOfficials in Maryland say four correctional officers have been injured trying to break up a prison fight.
Gov. Hogan Names New Corrections SecretaryGov. Larry Hogan has appointed a new secretary for the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. Hogan announced Monday he has appointed Robert Green to the post.
Md. Withdraws Proposal To Ban Letters To InmatesState prison officials in Maryland want to impose the nation's first total ban on letters to inmates at state facilities.