The governor’s State of Emergency has asked for events of 250 people or more to be canceled and for people to practice social distancing. The list of closings continue to grow in Baltimore due to coronavirus. Senior centers: Baltimore will suspend services at its senior centers to proactively protect residents from the new coronavirus, officials […]

UPDATE 3/16/2020 4:18 PM EST: Mayor Jack Young confirmed a second cases of coronavirus in Baltimore on Monday. There are more than 30 cases of coronavirus in Maryland. ORIGINAL: Coronavirus has hit Baltimore as the city reported its first case Saturday night. Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young’s office said the patient was a man in […]

The state has begun to impose major restrictions in response to the coronavirus. Gov. Larry Hogan has confirmed a total of 19 cases of COVID-19 in Maryland. Both Maryland and DC are under a State of Emergency and the National Guard has been activated. Non-essential state employees are being asked to work from home. Access […]

Doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital seeking to lend a helping hand in the coronavirus crisis by creating their own COVID-19 test. They tell CBS Baltimore, they hope it addresses the need for more testing for the virus as the country needs to be able to test for the virus on a quick and larger basis. Hopkins […]

Three of the patients who tested positive for coronavirus in Maryland have fully recovered. That means they’re past their quarantine period. Two patients remain hospitalized. This comes as the state uncovered its first case of COVID-19 community transmission Thursday. That patient is a Prince George’s County resident and had no known exposure to coronavirus through […]

Looks like March Madness is in trouble. The Big Ten, SEC and AAC have announced that they will be canceling their conference tournaments. This is following smaller conferences such as the MAC and Ivy League who also canceled their tournaments. The Big Ten released a statement saying: The Big Ten Conference will use this […]

Governor Larry Hogan confirming Wednesday that there are now 3 new cases of coronavirus, bringing the total of those affected to 12 statewide. One of the patients is a Montgomery Country resident in his 20s who recently traveled to Spain. He is currently hospitalized. Another patient is a Baltimore County resident in his 60s who […]

The NBA will suspend it’s 2019-2020 season until further notice” after one of its players tested positive with the CoronaVirus COVID-19. NBA insiders Adrian Wojnarowski and Shams Charania both reported the news. Utah Jazz player Rudy Gobert reportedly tested positive with the virus, leading to the NBA’s decision which will take effect after tonight’s […]

Cornavirus. Caronavirus. Caronavirus. It is all we’ve been hearing about these past few weeks. People are being extra extra careful about who they are in contact with and caring around their supply of hand-sanitizer. Many events and festivals are being canceled so no one can contract the virus in large crowds. Google shared that their […]

Several state colleges in Maryland are making on-campus changes due to coronavirus concerns. The University System of Maryland is asking schools to keep students off-campus for at least two weeks after spring break. During those two weeks or longer, they should be prepared to teach remotely. “To that end, I strongly urge Universities to prepare […]