A nearly $500 billion measure helping businesses and hospitals ride out the coronavirus' devastation edged toward House passage Thursday, as lawmakers' face masks and bandannas added an eerie tone to Congress' effort to aid a staggered nation.Read More »
For weeks, the Trump administration played up the dangers of the coronavirus as it sought to persuade Americans to disrupt their lives and stay home. Now, as President Donald Trump aims for a swift nationwide reopening, he faces a new challenge: convincing people it's safe to come out and resume their normal lives.
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Maryland's first lady Yumi Hogan is already hugely popular in the state's Asian-American community. Now, her instrumental role in Maryland's response to the coronavirus pandemic — helping to secure 500,000 test kits from South Korea — has emphatically shown that there's much more behind her gracious demeanor and artistic talent.Read More »
LAUREL — Gov. Larry Hogan said officials are laying the groundwork for a gradual reopening of the state following what is expected to be a surge of COVID-19 cases. Hogan, in a news conference outside the University of Maryland Laurel Medical Center, ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — Congress is sprinting to approve the next coronavirus aid package, a $483 billion deal backed by the White House to replenish a small-business payroll fund and pump more money into hospitals and testing programs. President Donald Trump is urging swift ...Read More »
Congress reached a tentative agreement Tuesday with President Donald Trump on a nearly $500 billion coronavirus relief bill that would replenish a small business rescue program, provide hospitals with another $75 billion, and implement a nationwide virus testing program to facilitate reopening the economy.Read More »
An agreement to bring 500,000 South Korean-made COVID-19 tests to the state was announced Monday, but the tests will not be immediately available for residents. The tests, billed as a potential lifesaver for thousands of Maryland residents, began arriving as ...
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