More Than 60 Percent Of Marylanders Think Coronavirus-Related Restrictions Were 'About Right', Poll FindsMore than 60 percent of Marylanders think restrictions put in place to slow the spread of the coronavirus "have been about right," a Gonzales poll released Tuesday found.
Baltimore City Increases COVID-19 Testing Capacity, Will Analyze Results LocallyBaltimore City has secured 18,000 more coronavirus tests, increasing the city's testing capacity. The city also partnered with a local laboratory to help expedite test results.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore City Health Commission Ask Residents Not To Throw Parties As Weather Gets WarmerBaltimore city officials reminded residents to continue to mind the state's stay at home order as the city saw a 21% increase in coronavirus cases since Monday.
State Police: 80 People Charged With Violating Governor's Coronavirus-Related Orders In MarylandEighty people have been charged for violating Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's coronarvirus-related orders, according to the Maryland State Police.
Coronavirus Stats: Baltimore Crime Drops During Stay At Home OrderAlthough there are still criminal incidents being reported almost every day, overall crime is down in the city of Baltimore since the governor issued his "stay at home" order due to the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Latest: Dozens Rally To Reopen Maryland; No Arrests MadeDozens rallied in downtown Annapolis Saturday, calling on Gov. Larry Hogan to remove some restrictions the state has put in place to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Latest: More Marylanders Staying At Home Amid Pandemic, Researchers SayResearchers have published a website showing which parts of the country are staying at home and practicing good social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: 'Stay At Home' Order Due To COVID-19 In Effect In Maryland, DC, VirginiaGov. Larry Hogan issued a "stay at home" order for Maryland Monday.
Coronavirus Latest: Man Charged For Allegedly Hosting Party In Violation Of Emergency Order, Supplying Alcohol To Teens At HotelA Baltimore County man has been charged after allegedly supplying alcohol to a group of teenagers who were partying at a hotel in Westminster in violation of a state order barring large groups due to the coronavirus pandemic.