The latest on the coronavirus in Maryland as of Saturday morning.
Coronavirus In Maryland: April 4, 2020 (AM Edition)The latest on the coronavirus in Maryland as of Saturday morning.
HealthWatch: FDA Eases Restrictions On Blood DonationsAmid a shortage of blood donations during the coronavirus pandemic, the Food and Drug Administration is easing restrictions on blood donations from gay and bisexual men and those who have recently gotten tattoos or piercings.
Dr. Fauci is Getting His Own BobbleheadDr. Fauci, who's the leading expert on coronavirus, is getting his own bobblehead.
FDA: 'No Evidence' Of COVID-19 Spreading Through Food PackagingThe FDA is saying there's no evidence that coronavirus spreads through food or food packaging.
Study: Scientists Believe COVID-19 Can Be Spread By Talking, BreathingA new study claims that coronavirus can be spread by talking and breathing.
Coronavirus In Maryland: April 3, 2020 (AM Edition)Here's the latest about coronavirus in Maryland as of Friday morning.
HealthWatch: Half Of Parkinson's Patients Suffer From Depression, Study FindsA new study finds about half of Parkinson's patients suffer from depression.
Coronavirus In Maryland: April 2, 2020All 24 Maryland counties are now reporting cases of COVID-19.
HealthWatch: Study Highlights Long-Term Risks Of Heavy DrinkingA new study highlights some long-term health risks for heavy drinkers.
Baltimore City Officials Give COVID-19 UpdateBaltimore City Officials Give COVID-19 Update
Baltimore County Executive Launches Fund To Combat CoronavirusJohnny Olszewski announces a new fund to support efforts to combat coronavirus.
Coronavirus in Maryland: March 31,2020Coronavirus in Maryland: March 31,2020
Healthwatch: Concerns Over COVID-19 Equipment ShortagesA look at the latest health news.
CORONAVIRUS IN MARYLAND: Governor Issues Stay At Home Order, Other COVID-19 NewsMonday, March 30, 2020 -- Noon Update
Maryland's Governor Issues A Stay-At-Home OrderGov. Larry Hogan issued an executive order Monday morning redefining what certain essential activities and businesses can still happen during the coronavirus pandemic in Maryland.
Gov. Larry Hogan Issues 'Stay At Home Order' In Maryland As COVID-19 Cases Rise Over 1,400Gov. Larry Hogan issued a "stay at home" order for Maryland Monday. It will become effective at 8 p.m. Monday.
Coronavirus in Maryland: March 28, 2020 UpdateCoronavirus in Maryland: March 28, 2020 Update
HealthWatch: N95 Masks Can Be Reused, Researchers SayResearchers at Duke University say N95 masks, the kind in high demand during the coronavirus pandemic, can be reused.
Coronavirus In Maryland: March 27, 2020 AM EditionThe latest on coronavirus in Maryland.
HealthWatch: Lying Face Down Helps Ventilator Treatments, Study SaysA study showed patients responded better to coronavirus-related ventilator treatments when they were lying face down.
Gov. Larry Hogan, State Officials Address Marylanders On COVID-19The latest from the governor on coronavirus in Maryland.
Without Enough Tests, Marylanders Left To Wonder If They Have COVID-19Many sick Marylanders cannot get tested for coronavirus due to a lack of test kits in the state.
Coronavirus in Maryland: Wednesday, March 25, 2020Here's the latest news about coronavirus in the state.
HealthWatch: Loss Of Taste, Smell May Be Coronavirus SymptomsLoss of taste and smell may be coronavirus symptoms.