Tonight, Governor Larry Hogan announced three additional confirmed cases of novel coronavirus in Maryland: A Montgomery County resident in his 20s who recently traveled to Spain, and is not hospitalized. A Baltimore County resident in his 60s who worked at the recent American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference in Washington, DC, and is not hospitalized. A Prince George’s County resident in his 60s whose travel history is under investigation, and is currently hospitalized. The State of Maryland now has 12 confirmed cases of COVID-19. The Maryland Department of Health (MDH) has notified local officials regarding these cases and begun investigating potential exposure risk to the community. **Governor Hogan is postponing his National Governors Association (NGA) State of the States Address, scheduled for tomorrow afternoon in Washington, DC in order to continue managing the crisis from Annapolis. Additional State Actions to Keep Marylanders Safe Earlier today at the CHART State Operations Command Center in Hanover, Governor Larry Hogan provided additional updates on the State of Maryland’s ongoing response to COVID-19. “Marylanders should be taking this pandemic very seriously,” said Governor Hogan. “All Marylanders need to understand that there may be significant disruption to your everyday lives for a period of […]
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