Hogan appoints former CDC leader Redfield as virus adviser

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan hopes to give the state's fight against the coronavirus pandemic a shot in the arm with the hiring of a former top federal official. Dr. Robert Redfield, who last led the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention under Republican President Donald Trump, will return to Maryland and a position advising Hogan ...

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