COVID-19 in Maryland

Assembly Leaders Announce Steps to Ensure ‘Social Distancing’ in Annapolis

The presiding officers of the Maryland General Assembly announced Thursday morning that they are taking steps to protect the public -- and their members...

BULLETIN ― We’re Postponing Our Trivia Night

To our friends and Trivia Night fans:Out of an abundance of caution, we've decided to postpone Maryland Matters Trivia Night 2020, which had been scheduled for Thursday, March...

Updates from State and Local Officials on the Coronavirus

Three new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Maryland late Wednesday, bring the state’s total to 12.Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) announced that...

Ninth COVID-19 Patient Diagnosed, Governor Expects Cases to ‘Rapidly Rise’

A Montgomery County resident who traveled aboard an Egyptian cruise ship on which five other Maryland residents contracted the coronavirus has also tested positive...

Situation Is ‘Escalating Rapidly,’ Hogan Says as Coronavirus Cases Mount

Like the first three Maryland residents who tested positive for the coronavirus, the latest two contracted the disease during overseas travel, Gov. Lawrence J....

Investigation Finds Coronavirus Exposure in Rockville Retirement Community

The circle of impact of Maryland coronavirus cases continues to grow as the Maryland Department of Health and the General Assembly brace for the...

Senate Panel Moves Budget as Coronavirus Fight Becomes Top Concern

The Maryland Senate’s Budget and Taxation Committee moved forward with a budget plan on Thursday that restored planned increases to community colleges and social...

Hogan Seeking $10M Supplemental Budget to Combat Coronavirus

Two people in Maryland who recently traveled to China are being tested for possible Coronavirus, Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) announced Thursday.He said...