The Baltimore Museum of Art will reopen its sculpture gardens to the public on Wednesday, allowing visitors to roam the outdoor space filled with works by Auguste Rodin, Joan Miró, José Ruiz de Rivera and others.
Baltimore County reached a deal with local company Becton, Dickinson and Company to purchase coronavirus testing supplies, a development officials said would ramp up the county’s testing ability over the coming weeks and months.
A division of the Sparks-based medical technology company, BD Integrated Diagnostic Solutions, will supply 2,000 test kits per week with the swabs and vials needed to collect samples.
Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young today moved Baltimore into phase two of its coronavirus recovery plan, loosening restrictions on retail businesses, indoor dining, sports games and other places and activities, effective 5 p.m. tonight.
“After carefully weighing a combination of factors, including our health-related data [and] the economic impacts of continuing the closures, and I have made the decision to expand reopenings,” Young said.
The Maryland Attorney General’s Office reached a settlement with Ticketmaster after thousands of patrons were charged fees buying resale tickets for events at the Hippodrome Theatre, Attorney General Brian Frosh announced today.
The Stronach Group, owners of the Maryland Jockey Club, announced in a letter to the Maryland Racing Commission today that the company is moving to restrict the use of Lasix on 2-year-old horses at its Maryland tracks.
Stronach will use a method the company has already employed at Hallandale Beach, Florida-based track Gulfstream Park and write a ban on administration of the drug 24 hours before post time into the conditions of the race, meaning all the entrants must comply.