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1 Maryland nursing home inspectors not being tested for COVID-19
2 Cecil County Department Of Health Reports ‘Significant Increase’ In COVID-19 Cases, Testing Positivity Rate
3 Coronavirus in Maryland: 5 takeaways from the week
4 Maryland Department of Health announces new partnership to enhance statewide vaccination efforts
5 Maryland Restaurant Association asks health department to update indoor dining guidance
6 Maryland Dept. of Health offers 'Masks on Maryland' signs for businesses
7 Salon Owner, Health Department Clash Over COVID Closure
8 Md. launches program aimed at reducing COVID-19 in Hispanic communities
9 Coronavirus In Maryland: Positivity Rate Continues To Decline As Cases Surpass 122K
10 Maryland Department of Health launches virtual live diabetes education series
11 Maryland Health Officials Conducting COVID-19 Serology Testing On Firefighters, Gov. Hogan Says
12 Coronavirus updates: Average case numbers trending downward across the region
13 Maryland reports 503 new coronavirus cases, 9 deaths as Hopkins positivity rate drops below 5%
14 Maryland Department of Health reports 4381 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Howard County and 108249 cases in Maryland on August 31st
15 Maryland Department of Health reports 4683 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Howard County and 114078 cases in Maryland on September 10th
16 Maryland’s coronavirus testing positivity rate again above recommended 5% threshold, per Hopkins
17 Governor Larry Hogan
18 Coronavirus In Maryland: 764 Cases Added, 5 More Deaths Reported
19 Maryland Hits Record-Low Coronavirus Positivity Rate: Governor
20 Restaurant Association of Maryland wants state to allow barriers between tables for indoor dining
21 Coronavirus In Maryland: Positivity Rate Down, Hospitalizations Up As State Surpasses 121K Cases
22 COVID-19 Cases Keep Increasing In Frederick County.
23 Coronavirus In Maryland: Hospitalizations Fall; 643 New Cases Reported
24 Coronavirus In Maryland: More Than 119K COVID-19 Cases Reported, Hospitalizations Slightly Down
25 Maryland Department of Health reports 4627 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Howard County and 113239 cases in Maryland on September 8th
26 DC-area health student volunteers assist coronavirus pandemic response
27 Coronavirus positivity rate in Ocean City area is twice as high as state’s heading into Labor Day weekend
28 Unemployed Marylanders To Begin Receiving Extra $300 Payments Friday
29 Three States Add Maryland To Their COVID-19 Travel Advisory List
30 St. Mary's Health Department Announces Expanded COVID-19 Testing Friday and Saturday
31 Suspicious Package Located at St. Mary's Health Department
32 Hogan still wants to see Maryland students back in classrooms
33 Maryland Department of Health to host COVID-19 testing at Ocean City Convention Center this weekend
34 Maryland will soon use cellphones to help with contact tracing for the coronavirus. Here’s what you need to know.
35 Police arrest more than 100 people in Ocean City during unauthorized ‘H2oi’ car rally
36 Charles County Department of Health Announces CARES Act Funding for Small Businesses
37 Maryland lab stops use of much-touted coronavirus tests from South Korea after spate of false positive results
38 Halloween In MD: Avoid Risky Trick-Or-Treating, CDC Urges
39 Carroll County school board sticking to hybrid plan; students scheduled to begin return to classrooms Oct. 19
40 Rabid Cat In Harford County Prompts Alert From Health Department
41 Denton nursing home experiencing COVID-19 outbreak: Almost half of residents test positive, none hospitalized
42 Amber Alert for Maryland child canceled; police searching for suspect
43 St. Mary's Tests 20% of Residents, Records a 3.06% Positivity Rate
44 Is it safe to reopen schools? With no clear state guidance, Maryland districts are left to weigh the risks.
45 Carroll County school system not ready to allow use of indoor facilities by rec sports programs
46 Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on Sept. 27
47 Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on Sept. 26
48 Carroll County Health Department reports 7 COVID-19 cases, says testing site will be closed Sunday
49 Cecil College Closes Due To Positive COVID-19 Case
50 Next week, foam containers for carryout food will be banned throughout Maryland. Not everyone is happy.
51 COVID-19 Test Positivity Rate Spikes In Ocean City's County
52 Virus Tests Are Not Required for Nursing Home Inspectors
53 Official Website for the Governor of Maryland
54 Substance-abuse deaths in Maryland spike during pandemic
55 Maryland Town Cancels Halloween Trick-Or-Treating Due To COVID-19
56 Drug, Alcohol Deaths Up In Maryland; Officials Say Coronavirus Pandemic To Blame
57 Next week, Maryland starts ban on foam containers for carryout food. Not everyone is happy
58 Hogan says it wasn't his decision to overturn Montgomery County's private school closure order last month
59 Maryland restaurant association calls for looser restrictions
60 Charles County Department of Health Announces Drive-Through Flu Vaccination Clinics
61 Dozens of Maryland nursing homes found with deficient infection control during coronavirus pandemic
62 Carroll County mulls when to start high school sports after getting go-ahead from state
63 EXCLUSIVE: Employees sent home after Covid-19 outbreak at Maryland Department of Health
64 Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on Sept. 25
65 Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on Sept. 22
66 Reopening Maryland: American Visionary Art Museum To Reopen Friday
67 Md. officials say general availability of vaccine months away
68 Carroll County Health Department: National Council on Aging gives tips on preventing falls
69 Coronavirus Positivity Rate In Worcester County, Including Ocean City, Nearly Double State Rate, Data Shows
70 COVID-19 Exposure Announced at Mechanicsville Hair Salon
71 County's COVID-19 cases increase by 90 since Friday
72 Doctor worried delay on in person schooling will hurt students, parents
73 St. Mary's County Reaches 20% of Population Tested for COVID-19
74 Coronavirus in DC, Maryland, Virginia: What to Know on Sept. 23
75 Maryland's plan to battle increase in opioid and alcohol related fatalities
76 Anne Arundel school board candidates split over reopening public schools
77 Calvert County Public Schools are making strides
78 Maryland Health Department Launches COVID-19 Antibody Study
79 Study Finds Alcohol, Drug-Related Deaths Up In Maryland Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
80 Maryland Department of Health releases public service announcements amid statewide preparedness efforts for COVID-19
81 Carroll County commissioners vote to automatically follow governor’s moves on COVID-19
82 Baltimore County Public Schools reverse previous return to school plan
83 Coronavirus Resources: Maryland Department Of Health Launches ‘MD Mind Health’
84 Teacher at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School tests positive for COVID-19
85 Maryland Department of Health develops extensive behavioral health guidance during COVID-19 pandemic
86 Coronavirus Death Toll Nears 1,300: Maryland Health Department | Baltimore
87 Lawmakers: Environmental review of Hogan highway plan is ‘heavily skewed’
88 Maryland Health Department activates public health registry amid coronavirus pandemic
89 Maryland Announces Updated 2020 Football Schedule
90 Maryland Department of Health reports potential COVID-19 exposure risk at The Village at Rockville
91 Nursing Home Residents Can Have Outside Visitors: MD Health Dept.
92 7 New Coronavirus Tests Ordered In Maryland: Health Department
93 Fourth large-scale COVID-19 vaccine trial begins in the United States
94 Maryland Department of Health expands #MasksOnMaryland campaign, launching new media and social components
95 Coronavirus Latest: Third COVID-19 Death Reported In Maryland, Health Officials Say
96 Maryland Department Of Health Says Some COVID-19 Tests Taken In Baltimore, Hanover May Be ‘Erroneous’
97 Maryland Health Department to Release Nursing Home Outbreak Data
98 Maryland Department Of Health Launches ‘Answer The Call’ Campaign
99 Over 2K Dead In Maryland From Coronavirus: Health Department
100 Maryland Secures Federal Funding to Extend Pandemic-EBT Benefits During September to Support Eligible Families