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At least two dozen nursing homes have been fined by the state of Maryland for failing to provide information on coronavirus cases and deaths in their facilities.

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According to the Washington Post, 24 Medicare-certified facilities were fined between $250 to $750 in early May for the infractions.

State officials said the facilities failed to  “to submit daily reporting information.” The move violated an executive order issued by Gov. Larry Hogan.

Read More: CBS Baltimore

See Also: Coronavirus Hospitalizations Continue To Decline As Cases Exceed 62K In Maryland

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