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Maryland Reporting 3,609 Cases of COVID-19 and 67 Deaths, Increase of 484 Cases and 11 Deaths

Maryland Reporting 3,609 Cases of COVID-19 and 67 Deaths, Increase of 484 Cases and 11 Deaths

Maryland COVID-19 Cases as of Sunday, April 5, 2020 at 11:30 a.m. Number of Confirmed Cases: 3,609 Number of negative test results: 24,728 Number of Deaths: 67 Hospitalizations: 936 ever hospitalized Released From Isolation: 159 These are the only confirmed cases that the Maryland Department of Health has reported. There is a delay for...
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Charles County Sheriff’s Office Adopts Therapy Dog As Part of New Comfort K9 Program

Charles County Sheriff’s Office Adopts Therapy Dog As Part of New Comfort K9 Program

Sheriff Troy D. Berry is proud to announce the implementation of a new initiative aimed at helping victims of crime in Charles County: the Comfort K9 Program. This program, which has been in the planning phase for several months, will be aimed at providing emotional support to victims of crime, particularly children. The Comfort...
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Maryland Reports 3,125 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases and 53 Deaths, Increase of 367 Cases and 11 Deaths in Last 24 Hours

Maryland Reports 3,125 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases and 53 Deaths, Increase of 367 Cases and 11 Deaths in Last 24 Hours

Maryland COVID-19 Cases as of Saturday, April 4, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. Number of Confirmed Cases: 3,125 Number of negative test results: 22,485 Number of Deaths: 53 (11 more) Hospitalizations: 821 ever hospitalized (157 more from Friday, April 3, 2020) Released From Isolation: 159 These are the only confirmed cases that the Maryland Department...
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Anne Arundel County Patrolman Charged With Child Solicitation And Possessing Child Pornography

Anne Arundel County Patrolman Charged With Child Solicitation And Possessing Child Pornography

On March 23, 2020, the Anne Arundel County Child Abuse Unit initiated an investigation of possible sexual child solicitation as information was received from the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The information received was that on February 26, 2020, a FBI Task Force Officer was working in an undercover capacity inside a specific pornographic website...
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House Completely Destroyed After Fire in Nanjemoy, Cause Still Under Investigation

House Completely Destroyed After Fire in Nanjemoy, Cause Still Under Investigation

On Thursday, April 2, 2020, at approximately 5:47 p.m., firefighters from Nanjemoy Volunteer Fire Department and surrounding departments responded to 3875 Oak Grove Place in Nanjemoy, for the reported structure fire. 30 firefighters responded to the scene an found a two-story single family residence on the ground with the remaining structure and content smoldering....
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UPDATE: No Injuries Reported, House Fire in Mechanicsville Deemed Accidental and Caused by Malfunctioning Wood Stove

UPDATE: No Injuries Reported, House Fire in Mechanicsville Deemed Accidental and Caused by Malfunctioning Wood Stove

UPDATE: On Friday, April 3, 2020 at approximately 11:59 a.m., firefighters from Dentsville and surrounding departments responded to 13660 Ryceville Road in Mechanicsville, for the reported house on fire. Crews arrived on the scene to find a one story single family home on the ground with the structure and contents smoldering. The owners have...
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Maryland Now at 2,758 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases and 42 Deaths

Maryland Now at 2,758 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases and 42 Deaths

COVID-19 Statistics in Maryland as of Friday, April 3, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. 427 Cases in 24 hours, with 2,758 confirmed cases Number of negative test results: 20,932 Number of Deaths: 42 Hospitalizations: 664 ever hospitalized Released From Isolation: 159 These are the only confirmed cases that the Maryland Department of Health has reported....
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State Police Enforcement Of Governor’s Executive Orders Continues

State Police Enforcement Of Governor’s Executive Orders Continues

Maryland State Police Superintendent Colonel Woodrow Jones III has directed troopers to continue their public education and enforcement efforts regarding the Governor’s Executive Orders and last night issued specific instructions regarding the stay-at-home order. Those instructions are as follows: Enforcement of the expanded Governor’s Executive Order will be conducted by Maryland state troopers.  However,...
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FDA Calls for Heartburn Drug Zantac to be Pulled from Market Immediately

FDA Calls for Heartburn Drug Zantac to be Pulled from Market Immediately

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today announced it is requesting manufacturers withdraw all prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) ranitidine drugs from the market immediately. This is the latest step in an ongoing investigation of a contaminant known as N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) in ranitidine medications (commonly known by the brand name Zantac). The agency has determined that the...
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[LIVE] Coronavirus Pandemic: Real Time Counter, World Map, News

[LIVE] Coronavirus Pandemic: Real Time Counter, World Map, News

Novel coronavirus Live Streaming: Breaking news, world Map and live counter on confirmed cases, recovered cases(COVID-19)
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Resident at Sagepoint Facility Tests Positive for COVID-19

Resident at Sagepoint Facility Tests Positive for COVID-19

The following Letter was posted an the Sagepoint Senior Living Services website on March 30, 2020: To Our Sagepoint Families, In this coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic we believe fast, transparent communication is key to limiting its spread. We have been informed today that a resident who was originally transferred to the hospital for non-COVID related...
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Kidz Meal Bagz Available at Sheetz to Help Feed Children and Families in Need

Kidz Meal Bagz Available at Sheetz to Help Feed Children and Families in Need

Kidz Meal Bagz is a program providing free meals to help children and families in need as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Meals will be available all day starting Thursday, April 2nd and will include a turkey sandwich, chips and a drink. Families interested in taking advantage of the free Kidz Meal Bagz...
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The Maryland Department of Health Opens COVID-19 Testing Sites in Charles and Anne Arundel County

The Maryland Department of Health Opens COVID-19 Testing Sites in Charles and Anne Arundel County

The Maryland Department of Health (MDH), in conjunction with the Maryland Department of Transportation, Maryland National Guard, Maryland State Police, local health departments and private partners, will begin offering drive-through COVID-19 testing to residents who are symptomatic and at high risk for complications from the disease. The test sites, which will be open starting...
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Prince George’s County Firefighter Tests Positive for COVID-19

Prince George’s County Firefighter Tests Positive for COVID-19

To the Residents of Prince George’s County, Today I was notified that one of our members has unfortunately tested positive for COVID-19. The member is now at home and all steps are being taken to ensure their recovery and well-being. In keeping with medical privacy laws, this individual’s identity will remain confidential. Working with...
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Twenty-three COVID-19 Cases In St. Mary’s – Community Spread Confirmed

Twenty-three COVID-19 Cases In St. Mary’s – Community Spread Confirmed

The St. Mary’s County Health Department has confirmed additional positive cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in St. Mary’s County residents, bringing the total case count to twenty-three. Additionally, there is now strong evidence of community spread of COVID-19 in St. Mary’s County. Community spread is the passage of illness from person to person...
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Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Investigating Mini-Excavator Stolen from Church Construction Site

Calvert County Sheriff’s Office Investigating Mini-Excavator Stolen from Church Construction Site

On March 30, 2020, the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office was alerted to a reported theft of a Caterpillar 304CCR Mini-Excavator (valued at over $30,000) from a construction site located at 35 Cox Road, Huntingtown, MD. The mini-excavator should have 24 inch bucket and hydraulic thumb on it. Anyone who may have witnessed this theft...
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Calvert County Health Department Understands Stress Level Increase During This Time

Calvert County Health Department Understands Stress Level Increase During This Time

The Health Department staff understands that stress levels are rising for many Calvert residents. Each day brings more reports of coronavirus infections. New restrictions on people’s lives are announced with little time to prepare. Many households are facing increased financial pressure. Kids are trapped at home and family members are sometimes a little too...
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St. Mary’s County Park Use Limited to Reduce Spread of COVID-19

St. Mary’s County Park Use Limited to Reduce Spread of COVID-19

St. Mary’s County Government owned and operated parks are operating with additional limitations in response to the COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Order issued by Governor Larry Hogan. Waterfront parks, including Elms Beach, Myrtle Point, and Snow Hill Park, remain closed to the public. Public landings, including boat ramps, piers and gathering spaces are closed to the...
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State Police Press Release on Enforcement of Governor’s Executive Orders

State Police Press Release on Enforcement of Governor’s Executive Orders

Maryland State Police Superintendent Colonel Woodrow Jones III has directed troopers to continue their public education and enforcement efforts regarding the Governor’s Executive Orders and last night issued specific instructions regarding the stay-at-home order. Those instructions are as follows: Enforcement of the expanded Governor’s Executive Order will be conducted by Maryland state troopers. However,...
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St. Mary’s County Public Parks, Boat Ramps, Piers, and Waterfront Parks Closed to Public to Reduce Spread of COVID-19

St. Mary’s County Public Parks, Boat Ramps, Piers, and Waterfront Parks Closed to Public to Reduce Spread of COVID-19

St. Mary’s County Government owned and operated parks are operating with additional limitations in response to the COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Order issued by Governor Larry Hogan. Waterfront parks, including Elms Beach, Myrtle Point, and Snow Hill Park, remain closed to the public. Public landings, including boat ramps, piers and gathering spaces are closed to the...
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Calvert County Public Schools Continues Meal Distribution in New Locations

Calvert County Public Schools Continues Meal Distribution in New Locations

In light of the Governor and Maryland State Department of Education’s order extending school closures through April 24, the Calvert County Child Nutrition Program’s Grab ‘n Go meal service will also be extended to help meet the needs of our students. Starting on Tuesday, March 31, however, please note that our Grab ‘n Go...
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St. Mary’s County Government Announces COVID-19 Operational Changes

St. Mary’s County Government Announces COVID-19 Operational Changes

St. Mary’s County Government is committed to being responsive to all guidelines and orders from the Centers for Disease Control, the White House and the Governor of Maryland to slow the spread of the coronavirus and the following changes and adjustments now apply to county operations. Department of Aging & Human Services – Home-Delivered...
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State Police Charge Carroll County Man with Violating Governor’s Executive Order and Providing Alcohol to Teens at a Hotel Room Party

State Police Charge Carroll County Man with Violating Governor’s Executive Order and Providing Alcohol to Teens at a Hotel Room Party

Maryland State Police have charged a man with violating the Governor’s Executive Order and providing alcohol to teens during a party he hosted yesterday at a Carroll County hotel. The suspect is identified as Ryan M. Serra, 26, of Lutherville, Md. He is charged with violation of the Governor’s Executive Order and ten counts...
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VIDEO: District Court Orders Injunctions against Two Telecom Carriers Who Facilitated Hundreds of Millions of Fraudulent Robocalls to Consumers in the United States

VIDEO: District Court Orders Injunctions against Two Telecom Carriers Who Facilitated Hundreds of Millions of Fraudulent Robocalls to Consumers in the United States

The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York entered orders in two separate civil actions, barring eight individuals and entities from continuing to facilitate the transmission of massive volumes of fraudulent robocalls to consumers in the United States, the Department of Justice announced. In one of the matters, United States v. Nicholas...
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St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Announces Telephone Reporting for Certain Crimes, Non-Urgent 911 Calls

St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Announces Telephone Reporting for Certain Crimes, Non-Urgent 911 Calls

As part of the statewide and national response to ongoing Coronavirus concerns, Sheriff Tim Cameron has authorized Telephone Reporting for certain crimes. The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office encourages the public to utilize the telephone reporting system to minimize social contact. Telephone reporting through the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office will be available by...
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