Md. Governor worried social distancing still not followed
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) – Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he’s aggravated by people failing to heed warnings about the necessity of social distancing to blunt the spread of the new coronavirus. Hogan last week ordered a statewide reduction in the number of people allowed to congregate from 50 to 10. He said Sunday on “Meet the Press” that it’s absolutely essential for people get out of crowds. Maryland health officials reported Sunday more than 240 positive COVID-19 cases. A third Maryland death related to the virus also has been reported. Over half of Maryland’s positive cases are in two counties adjoining Washington, D.C.