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Governor Hogan's Announcements

Governor Lawrence J. Hogan, Jr., is a lifelong Marylander who loves this state. Born in 1956 and raised in Landover, Prince George’s County, he was elected as the 62nd Governor of Maryland, the 7th Republican, and the first Maryland governor in over 100 years to be elected from Anne Arundel County.

Gov. Hogan Eases COVID-19 Restrictions; Baltimore and D.C. Mayors Say, ‘Not Yet’

By BRIAN WITTE, Associated Press ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - Maryland residents will no longer be required to stay at home but will be strongly advised to continue doing so, especially if they are older and more vulnerable to the coronavirus,...

Hogan Releases Details on Plan to Reopen State When Safe

By BRIAN WITTE, Associated Press ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Friday announced plans aimed at phasing in a safe and gradual approach to reopening the state's businesses and easing restrictions on activities when key indicators involving...

Institute of Human Virology Honors Legacy of Maeve Kennedy McKean With Global Public Health...

By Nora Samaranayake The First Maeve Kennedy McKean Fellow in Global Health will Begin in July The Institute of Human Virology (IHV) at the University of Maryland School of Medicine announced today the Maeve Kennedy McKean Global Public Health Fellowship, named in honor of the...

COVID-19 Update from Governor Larry Hogan: Frequently Asked Questions

The Maryland Departments of Labor and Commerce have established a one-stop portal for businesses and employees impacted by COVID-19 at businessexpress.maryland.gov/coronavirus. Small businesses can apply for federal disaster loans from the Small Business Administration. To ensure Marylanders receive access to...

Coalition Urges Gov. Hogan to Prevent a Health Crisis in Prisons and Jails

BALTIMORE — Gov. Larry Hogan should act to ensure that state and local agencies heed public health experts’ advice and take immediate steps to avoid a public health crisis in Maryland’s jails and prisons, wrote a coalition of groups...

BCPS Students Select Dundalk High Junior for Student Member of the Board of Education

BCPS Students Select Dundalk High Junior for Student Member of the Board of Education Joshua Muhumuza’s name to be forwarded to Gov. Larry Hogan for appointment TOWSON, MD. – Students from across Baltimore County have selected Dundalk High School junior Joshua...

66 Test Positive for COVID-19 at Maryland Nursing Home

BALTIMORE (AP) — Maryland's governor said Saturday night that a nursing home in that state has been struck by an outbreak of COVID-19 that includes 66 positive cases and 11 hospitalizations.  Gov. Larry Hogan also said in a news release...

Maryland Governor Says COVID-19 Increases are ‘Frightening’

By The Associated Press ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A COVID-19 outbreak at a Maryland nursing home contributed to an increase in virus cases Sunday across the state that the governor described as "frightening."  Maryland health officials reported that overall cases around...

Hogan: Maryland Receives Federal Disaster Designation

By The Associated Press ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland received a federal disaster declaration in response to the coronavirus, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday night.  "This declaration will help provide much-needed funding for state and local governments and nonprofits, and it...

Hogan Closes Non-Essential Businesses; Announces Relief

By BRIAN WITTE Associated Press ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan ordered nonessential businesses to close Monday in response to the coronavirus, as he announced a relief package of more than $175 million to provide relief to small...

Maryland Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for Business

UPDATE: Governor Hogan announced new COVID-19 business relief programs on March 23. These resources are available through the Department of Commerce and the Department of Labor. The entire state of Maryland has received designation for SBA assistance. Small businesses can apply here. Maryland’s COVID-19 Business...

Governor: 2nd Maryland Death as Cases ‘Dramatically Rise’

By Regina Garcia Cano The Associated Press Gov. Larry Hogan announced a second death in Maryland late March 20 from the new coronavirus, warning the number of infections continues to "dramatically rise" with more than half of the state's nearly 150...

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