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Governor Hogan Gives Coronavirus Update

March 10th, 2020 by WCBC Radio

As D.C. warns visitors of a historic Georgetown church to self-quarantine after its rector tested positive for the new Coronavirus, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan updated residents on the state’s response to the outbreak. Maryland recorded its first cases last Thursday: three Montgomery County residents who had recently returned home from a Nile River cruise emerging as the source of multiple infections across the country. Two Maryland residents became the latest to test positive for the virus on Sunday: a Harford County woman in her 80s, and a fourth Montgomery County resident in his 60s. Three people who stayed at the same house as the man who tested positive in Maryland were tested Sunday and all were negative. Governor Hogan said the older population is most at risk…

 

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