Mississippi saw the largest jump in the country over the last 14 days.
State officials are working with the U.S. Attorney's Office and the U.S. Department of Labor to see if similar schemes are happening in other states.
Larry Hogan said differing tactics across states meant that some had done "better than others," as he called on a cohesive approach to combat coronavirus.
The guys at the trash company uplifted me and told me I could go and do something greater. It was the first time any people in my life, outside of my former tutor, my dad and my brother, had told me that.
Nine states are reported to have over 56,000 patients currently being treated at hospital or recovering at home.
A GoFundMe page set up to help cover Rehan Stanton's university expenses has already exceeded $75,000.
"Hey, hey, ho ho, this racist guy has got to go!" the crowd chanted as a number of protesters used ropes and chains to pull down the monument in the Little Italy neighborhood.
The customer later said he believed the restaurant owner misinterpreted the "I can't breathe" message on his shirt.
Tim Walters, who led a movement to reopen Maryland as the COVID-19 pandemic expanded in April, says he tested positive for the virus but blames "Satan," despite refusing to wear a face mask and abide by public health restrictions.
Atlas Restaurant Group issued an apology after Marcia Grant posted about the incident at Ouzo Bay, an upscale Mediterranean restaurant in Baltimore, on social media.
In an independent report filed Thursday, an investigator into practices at the Prince George County Police Department found that the department had "inadequate" policies about racial discrimination and harassment.
State and local leaders in Oregon, Utah, Maryland and Tennessee have recently slowed reopening progress in their jurisdictions due to increasing case counts.
Court records show that Anthony Brennan was released from police custody after posting bond Saturday morning.
Park police are searching for a man who was caught on video assaulting and cursing at a group of activists in Montgomery Park on Tuesday.
"I think it's just the opposite of the message that should have been coming out of the White House," the Maryland governor said.
Local police and members of the FBI detained Manfredonia without incident Wednesday outside of a Maryland truck stop.
Maryland will offer diagnostic testing for the new coronavirus to state residents regardless of symptoms, Governor Larry Hogan announced on Tuesday.
"We had a lot of time on our hands to try and reimagine what events were going to look like as we kind of tiptoe out of this, and how we could inch near something new that would make people feel safe," Erin Cermak, CEO, and founder of Revolution Events, told Newsweek.
The federal coronavirus relief bill known as the CARES Act gave $600 per week in unemployment insurance to unemployed workers on top of the state unemployment money they claim.
Eldercare facilities in Maryland account for more than half of the state's reported coronavirus deaths, according to newly released data.
Some states have allowed golf courses to remain open throughout their stay-at-home orders, but some are now slowly reopening.
"Congressman Harris, I'm not sure where he woke up yesterday morning, but maybe he confused North Korea and South Korea," Governor Larry Hogan quipped.
Governor Larry Hogan described the safety measures in place to prevent federal authorities from seizing Maryland's recently acquired supply of coronavirus diagnostic tests during a Thursday interview on Washington Post Live.
After nearly half of all Maryland COVID-19 deaths were linked to nursing homes, Governor Larry Hogan announced on Wednesday that an executive order will require facility staff and residents to be tested for the virus regardless of whether they are showing symptoms.
Nursing homes in Maryland account for nearly half of the state's total deaths related to the novel coronavirus, according to newly released data.
Trump has claimed that his remarks about injecting disinfectant were "sarcastic."
Maryland voters are participating in the state's first predominantly all-mail election for a congressional representative to complete Elijah Cummings' term following the politician's death in October 2019.
Residents were alerted that disinfectant products should not be administered "into the body through injection, ingestion, or any other route."