Testing still a work in progress in Md.; Hogan wary of other states’ failures

Maryland continues to have to triage who gets to be tested for COVID-19 while it asks the federal government pointed questions about the ability and capacity to test for the disease caused by the coronavirus. The state could have drive-thru testing stations up and running at vehicle emissions testing centers tomorrow, Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday, ...

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