Coronavirus In Maryland: What You Need To Know
Governor Larry Hogan has announced two new cases of the coronavirus in Maryland, brining the total number of confirmed infections in the state to 5. Washington DC has reported its first case, a Rector at a historic church in Georgetown. And a DC public high school has been closed after a staff member came in contact with someone who has the virus. There are 9 known cases in the Baltimore-Washington-Virginia region at this point.
Dr. Wilbur H. Chen, an adult infectious disease specialist at the Unviversity of Maryland School of Medicine, joins Tom to discuss the status of testing, and the prospects for a vaccine.
For more information and community resources Maryland residents can call 211 or visit the Maryland Department of Health.