Maryland reported 45 additional deaths on Friday, raising the state’s total number of coronavirus fatalities to 6,322.
Maryland officials on Thursday reported 86 fewer people currently hospitalized with coronavirus compared to Wednesday.
Of the state’s 1,843 current COVID-19 hospital patients, 1,418 are in acute care and 425 are in intensive care.
Coronavirus-related hospitalizations in Maryland decreased slightly on Wednesday after increasing for three consecutive days.
Progressive Maryland, Working Families Party use billboard truck to advocate for COVID-19 legislative needs
The Working Families Party and the nonprofit Progressive Maryland are using a billboard truck to spread their message about what legislation they want state lawmakers to pass to help Marylanders struggling with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
A total of 9,655 Marylanders have received two doses of the coronavirus vaccine, state officials reported Tuesday.
Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday announced a plan to provide about $1 billion in tax relief and economic aid to Marylanders and small businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Recovery for the Economy, Livelihoods, Industries, Entrepreneurs and Families (RELIEF) Act will be introduced Wednesday when the General Assembly convenes for the 2021 legislative session.
There are currently 1,957 Marylanders hospitalized with coronavirus, the highest number of current COVID-19 hospitalizations in the state since the pandemic began.
Baltimore City will maintain its current coronavirus-related restrictions, including its prohibition on indoor and outdoor dining at restaurants, Mayor Brandon Scott announced Friday.
As we enter 2021, the U.S. still facing an economic recession and massive unemployment as a result of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. That means relief packages we were introduced to in 2020 will continue, too.
Maryland’s COVID-19 hospitalizations reach pandemic high, state reports second-highest number of new cases
Two weeks after Christmas Day and one week after New Year’s Day, the number of Marylanders currently hospitalized with coronavirus reached a new state record with 1,885 COVID-19 patients.