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Coronavirus Latest: ‘Stay At Home’ Order Due To COVID-19 In Effect In Maryland, DC

This comes as Maryland surpassed 1,400 cases of COVID-19 cases in the state. Hogan also said no Marylander should be traveling outside the state unless it’s absolutely necessary. Anyone who returns to Maryland after traveling must self-quarantine for 14 days. The governor also reiterated that no one should be using public transportation unless they are […]

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Coronavirus Latest: 3 People At Baltimore, Jessup Correctional Facilities Test Positive For COVID-19

© Provided by CBS Baltimore BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Two non-correctional contract employees and an inmate have tested positive for COVID-19. The three are associated with correctional facilities in Baltimore and Jessup. The Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services announced the three positive cases Monday afternoon. The department has COVID-19 response teams working to […]

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Governor issues stay-at-home order for Maryland to stop spread of the coronavirus

BALTIMORE — Marylanders may leave their homes only for essential work or urgent medical care, to get food or prescriptions or for other “absolutely necessary” reasons, Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday under a new “stay-at-home” directive to stop the spread of the coronavirus. “This is the deadly public health crisis,” the Republican governor said. “We […]

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Maryland’s Coronavirus-Related ‘Stay At Home’ Order Takes Effect Monday Night

2 Deaths, Dozens Of Coronavirus Cases Reported At Carroll County Nursing HomeTwo coronavirus-related deaths have now been reported at a Carroll County nursing home, officials said Monday evening. 7 minutes ago Coronavirus Spreads Through Carroll County Nursing Home, Killing 2 PatientsTwo coronavirus-related deaths have now been reported at a Carroll County nursing home, officials said […]

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Maryland governor issues ‘stay at home’ directive

“No Maryland resident should be leaving their home unless it is for an essential job or for an essential reason, such as obtaining food or medicine, seeking urgent medical attention or for other necessary purposes,” Hogan said at a news conference. Maryland has had at least 1,413 confirmed cases of the virus. Hogan said confirmed […]

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Maryland coronavirus cases up to at least 1,413; D.C. area could be in the ‘next wave of hot spots,’ Hogan says

Montgomery and Prince George’s counties continue to lead the state in known cases with 341 and 294, respectively, as of Monday. Baltimore County had 186, Baltimore City had 142, Anne Arundel County had 110, Howard County had 96, Carroll County had 82, Charles County had 33, Frederick County had 26 and Harford County had 24, […]

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Baltimore Buzz: Here’s What’s Buzzing In Baltimore

Famous Marylanders Donate Hundreds Of Masks To Medical Professionals Amid Coronavirus PandemicEven from Los Angeles, fashion designer and Baltimore native Bishme Cromartie is doing what he can to help healthcare staff on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. 4 minutes ago Bel Air Neighborhood Develops Special Bond With Postal WorkerEvery weekday afternoon in Bel […]

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Alleged adult host of teen booze party charged with violating Md. social distancing order

State troopers were called to investigate a party with underage drinking at the Boston Inn in the 500 block of Baltimore Avenue in Westminster about 7 p.m., police said. Troopers allegedly found Serra and 10 teenagers between the ages of 15 and 17 inside the room. Officials said police determined that Serra bought the alcohol […]

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