Number of confirmed cases: 19,487 (Up 906 cases from previous day) Number of negative test results: 85,489 Number of confirmed deaths: 858 (Up 31 from previous day) Number of probable deaths: 87 Currently hospitalized: 1,513 (Up 50 from the previous day) Acute care: 978 Intensive care: 535 Ever hospitalized: 4,101 Released from isolation: 1,263
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Enjoy these songs to make you smile on yet another Monday spent at home. Even though it’s crucial that we stay home, I am hardly eager to suffer through another Zoom meeting, wear my sad hand-sewn homemade mask, or play any more hands of gin rummy. But that’s exactly what I’ll do until we crush the curve.
The Maryland Labor’s Unemployment Insurance Claim Center hours have been further extended to 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. They encourage Marylanders to file their claim online or by phone using the new system outlined below.
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Here’s a great list of Pike District restaurants that are open for delivery or curbside delivery. Despite the shelter-in-place order, you can get your fix of pretty much any one of your favorite cuisines in the White Flint area. (All while helping these restaurants stay in business.)
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From Councilmember Friedson’s Office:
The Council yesterday approved a $20 million Public Health Emergency Grant Fund to help local businesses and nonprofits pay employees and operating costs during the COVID-19 crisis.
Over the last week, we worked collaboratively with the County Executive and his staff throughout the process and have every expectation that they will be able to implement the Grant Program as quickly as possible, so our local employers can get the support they desperately need.…
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Governor Hogan yesterday directed all Marylanders to shelter-in-place as of 8 pm yesterday. What does that mean?Basically, unless you need to get essential food, medicine, medical care, or a few other goods and services, you need to stay home. Short walks or bike rides with a household member are also permitted.…
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Do you own a small business? Here are some Maryland funding resources that you might find helpful as we make our way through the coronavirus pandemic.
Maryland has authorized $130 million in loan and grant funding for small businesses and manufacturers that have been negatively impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). This emergency assistance provides interim relief and proceeds that can be used to pay cash operating expenses including payroll, suppliers, rent, fixed debt payments and other mission critical cash operating costs.…