Frontline Workers Wearing PPE Still At More Than Three Times The Risk Of COVID-19 Infection, New Study FindsWearing personal protective equipment (PPE) when caring for patients with COVID-19 isn't enough to completely eliminate the threat from the virus for frontline workers, according to a new study from King's College London.
Retired Maryland ER Doctor Creates Device To Protect Doctors From CoronavirusA retired emergency room doctor in Ellicott City thinks he may have a way to better protect healthcare workers from the coronavirus.
Maryland Has Distributed More Than 50M Units Of PPE, Gov. Hogan SaysMaryland has now distributed more than 50 million units of personal protective equipment to hospitals, state agencies, local health departments and front line workers, Governor Larry Hogan announced Tuesday. 
Elkridge Company Donates PPE To Local Fire DepartmentsSeveral fire departments in the area are getting new personal protective equipment thanks to an Elkridge company.
25 Maryland Companies Get Grants To Make PPE Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Hogan's Office SaysMore than two dozen Maryland companies will share $1.6 million in grants to help them transition to making or increase the production of personal protective equipment amid the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Larry Hogan's office said Tuesday.
Pakistani Military Plane Lands At Joint Base Andrews With Donation For COVID-19 ResponseA Pakistan Air Force transport aircraft landed at Joint Base Andrews Thursday with donations for the Federal Emergency Management Agency for COVID-19 response efforts. 
Mayor Young, BDC Award $100K In Grants To Baltimore Manufacturers To Make PPEThere are 10 Baltimore City manufacturers and organizations have been awarded grants to produce personal protective equipment listed on the Maryland Department of Commerce's COVID-19 Maryland Critical Needs List. 
Baltimore County To Provide More PPE For Nursing Homes, Long-Term Care FacilitiesThe county has secured 60,000 surgical masks, 40,000 isolation gowns and a significant supply of gloves in various sizes.
U.S. Customs Seize Shipments Counterfeit COVID-19 Protective Equipment, Tests At PortsU.S. Customs and Border Patrol seized illegal shipments of personal protective equipment, coronavirus tests and unapproved medicine at several ports, including the Port of Baltimore. 
Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Officials Launch New Portal To Connect PPE Suppliers And BuyersState officials launched the Maryland Manufacturing Network Supplier Portal to help connect suppliers and buyers in need of critically personal protective equipment needed to combat coronavirus. 
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore County Doctor Fronts Nursing Homes $240K To Buy Personal Protective EquipmentThe coronavirus pandemic has forced some organizations to take on roles they've never done before, but businesses aren't the only ones stepping up to the plate.