Gov. Larry Hogan plans to address the state Monday about coronavirus enforcement alongside police, government and restaurant officials.

MARYLAND — Gov. Larry Hogan is expected to update Marylanders Monday afternoon (watch on BJL @ 4PM) about additional statewide enforcement measures to fight the COVID-19 surge. His briefing will come less than a week after the state's health department gave orders to prepare for a potential spike in hospitalizations and three days after restaurants and bars were ordered to close table service by 10 p.m. to prevent the spread of the virus.

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Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr., Baltimore County Police Chief Melissa Hyatt, Maryland State Police Superintendent Col. Jerry Jones and Restaurant Association of Maryland President/CEO Marshall Weston will join Hogan.

Since Hogan addressed the state last Tuesday to announce the new measures, an additional 230 people have been hospitalized due to the coronavirus. Officials say 1,276 coronavirus patients are in Maryland hospitals as of Monday, including 39 people admitted in the past 24 hours. Read more at Patch