As of noon Wednesday, 1,985 cases of coronavirus and 31 deaths have been reported in Maryland.

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Number Of Coronavirus Cases In Maryland Approaches 2,000As of noon Wednesday, 1,985 cases of coronavirus and 31 deaths have been reported in Maryland.
Maryland's Coronavirus Death Toll Reaches 24Two dozen Marylanders have now died from the coronavirus, up nine from Monday.
Coronavirus Latest: 20 Deaths, 1,660+ COVID-19 Cases Confirmed In MarylanndMore than 1,660 coronavirus and 20 deaths have been confirmed in Maryland as of Tuesday afternoon.
Amazon Fulfillment Center Employee In Baltimore Tests Positive For CoronavirusAn employee at the Amazon fulfillment center in southeast Baltimore tested positive for coronavirus, the company said Monday night.
Maryland's Coronavirus-Related 'Stay At Home' Order Takes Effect Monday NightThe order takes effect at 8 p.m. Monday but people will still be allowed to leave their homes to get groceries and medicine.
Coronavirus Cases In Maryland Climb To More Than 1,400As of Monday, 1,413 Marylanders have confirmed cases of coronavirus.
Maryland Coronavirus Cases Surge, Fifth Death Reported In The StateMaryland Coronavirus Cases Surge, Fifth Death Reported In The State
Coronavirus Cases Continue To Climb In MarylandAmong the latest people to catch coronavirus in Maryland are two first responders from Baltimore County.
Coronavirus Cases In Maryland Rise To 774; 5 Deaths Now ReportedMaryland officials say there are now at least 774 cases of coronavirus in the state. That's an increase of 425 cases over the last three days.
Unemployment Rate Skyrockets Due To Coronavirus PandemicMore than 42,000 Marylanders filed for unemployment for the week ending March 21.
Maryland Extends Public School Closures As Coronavirus Cases Increase StatewideAs the number of coronavirus cases continues to climb, so does the number of weeks Maryland public schools will remain closed.
Maryland Records Largest Single-Day Increase In COVID-19 CasesMaryland Records Largest Single-Day Increase In COVID-19 Cases.
Hogan Tours Baltimore Convention Center, Soon To Become Coronavirus Field HospitalThe Maryland National Guard is turning the Baltimore Convention Center and attached hotel into a 250-room field hospital for coronavirus patients.
Midshipman At Naval Academy Tests Positive For CoronavirusA midshipman at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis has tested positive for the coronavirus, the academy said Monday evening.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Hogan Orders Non-Essential Businesses To CloseGov. Larry Hogan Monday issued an executive order closing all non-essential businesses as of 5 p.m. Monday but didn't go as far as issuing a "stay-at-home" order or "lockdown" to combat the spread of coronavirus.
Hogan Concerned People Aren't Taking Social Distancing Measures SeriouslyMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan said Sunday he's aggravated by people failing to heed warnings about the necessity of social distancing to blunt the spread of the new coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Maryland: 244 COVID-19 Cases ConfirmedOfficials report 244 cases of coronavirus in Maryland as of Sunday morning.
Council President Brandon Scott Urges Residents To Stay Home Amid Coronavirus PandemicCouncil President Brandon Scott Urges Residents To Stay Home Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Baltimore County Man Is Second Person In Maryland To Die From COVID-19Gov. Hogan announced Friday the first coronavirus death in Baltimore County.
Coronavirus: UMD Student Contracts COVID-19 Studying Abroad In BarcelonaA University of Maryland student studying abroad during the spring semester has tested positive for coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Maryland: 107 Cases Of COVID-19 Confirmed In StateMaryland saw its first coronavirus-related death reported Wednesday night.
Gov. Hogan Announces First Coronavirus Related Death In MarylandGov. Hogan Announces First Coronavirus Related Death In Maryland
Marylander Aboard Cruise Ship Hit Hard By Coronavirus Recounts OrdealA Maryland woman aboard the Grand Princess cruise ship that had multiple confirmed coronavirus cases recounts her journey from the ship back home.
Baltimore Declares Coronavirus State Of Emergency; Mayor Urges End To Violence To Free Up Hospital BedsBaltimore Mayor Jack Young urged residents to put down their guns and heed orders to stay home after multiple people were shot Tuesday night amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

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