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The Hogan Administration’s COVID-19 Response

Information about COVID-19 in MarylandMaryland Unites - Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic

 

The Hogan administration is committed to being transparent, keeping Marylanders fully informed, taking actions based on detailed planning, and making decisions based on the facts on the ground.

Live Updates from Governor Larry Hogan

Governor Hogan will continue to update the public throughout this rapidly evolving public health event. Live updates are streamed to the governor’s Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube pages.

March 30: Stay At Home Directive 
March 25: Extension of School Closures, Child Care Guidance
March 23: Closure of All Non-Essential Businesses, $175M Economic Relief Package
March 19: Closure of Malls, Gatherings Limited to 10, Restrictions at BWI
March 17: Election and Transportation Announcements
March 16: Closure of Bars, Restaurants; Public Health Surge Plan; Utilities and Evictions
March 12: School Closures, Activation Levels Raised, Mass Gatherings Prohibited
March 11: Montana Case, New State Actions
March 10: Governor Hogan Updates Cabinet 
March 9: Updates on 5 Cases, Emergency Legislation, New Response Team
March 6: Update on 3 Confirmed Cases, Insurance Directive
March 5: 3 Confirmed Cases
March 3: Maryland’s Preparedness Response

Governor Hogan’s press conferences and media hits are available on his YouTube channel.

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Latest from the Governor’s Newsroom

April 1: Emergency Orders to Expand Telehealth, Designation of Disabilities Services Personnel
March 30: As COVID-19 Crisis Escalates in Capital Region, Governor Hogan Issues Stay at Home Order 
March 28: Outbreak At Carroll County Long-Term Care Facility, Doubling of COVID-19 Death Toll In Maryland
March 27: Bloomberg Philanthropies, Maryland to Fund Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Treatment Research
March 27: 194 New Cases of COVID-19; Cases In National Capital Region More Than Quadruple 
March 26: Maryland Receives Major Disaster Declaration From Federal Administration For COVID-19
March 26: 157 New COVID-19 Cases; Now More Than 1,200 Confirmed Cases In National Capital Region
March 25: Schools to Remain Closed, Gov. Hogan Requests Presidential Disaster Declaration for Maryland
March 24: Governor Hogan Tours Baltimore Convention Center to Review COVID-19 Field Hospital Plans
March 23: Closure of All Non-Essential Businesses, $175 Million Relief Package for Workers and Small Businesses 

Click to view the full log of Governor Hogan’s press releases. 

Click here for Emergency Orders and Legal Guidance.

Click here for an A-to-Z Coronavirus Resource Guide.