Hogan Gives Report On Coronavirus In Maryland

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan provided an update today on the state’s response to COVID-19. The governor confirming that there are five documented cases of coronavirus in the state, all, he said, tied to international travel.  The governor said as testing for COVID-19 increases, it is likely that that the cases in Maryland will rise as well.  Over concern of the coronavirus spreading, the governor said no state employees will be allowed to travel outside of Maryland for state business.
Mr. Hogan also revealing that twelve Maryland residents are on the cruise ship that is docked in Oakland, California with passengers who have tested positive for coronavirus.
The governor said none of the Maryland passengers show symptoms of COVID-19.