Gov. Larry Hogan is adding testing sites and KN95 and N95 mask distribution as COVID-19 spreads. Nursing homes will also see new protocols.
After declaring a state of emergency in Maryland last week, Gov. Larry Hogan gave an update Thursday on the COVID-19 situation. He announced additional surge testing sites, new measures at nursing homes and free KN95 and N95 mask distribution, among other developments.
Maryland has completed more than 17 million COVID-19 tests, Hogan said Thursday, speaking at the University of Maryland Shore Medical Pavilion at Easton. Daily, the state is administering an average of 63,000 COVID-19 tests, he said.
More surge testing sites will open to screen people for COVID-19, including at these locations:... Read More: Pikesville Patch