RadioOnFire.com – Gov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday three additional cases of coronavirus in Maryland, bringing the total to 12 cases in the state.
According to Hogan, the latest three confirmed cases are as follows:
- A Montgomery County resident in his 20s who recently traveled to Spain, and is not hospitalized.
- A Baltimore County resident in his 60s who worked at the recent American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference in Washington, DC, and is not hospitalized.
- A Prince George’s County resident in his 60s whose travel history is under investigation, and is currently hospitalized.
The Maryland Department of Health has notified local officials regarding these cases and begun investigating potential exposure risk to the community.
Hogan said he is postponing his National Governors Association State of the States Address, scheduled Thursday in Washington, DC in order to continue managing the crisis from Annapolis.