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Maryland reports first 3 coronavirus cases; Hogan declares state of emergency

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Thursday declared a state of emergency after the first three cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the state. Hogan made the announcement during a news conference at the State House Thursday night, hours after state health officials confirmed the cases. Hogan urged calm even as he said he was mobilizing the state emergency ...

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