We’re all in this together. We’re all doing what we must. Each and every one of us has a chance right now to do something to help our neighbors. Every single Marylander can be a hero just by staying home and by practicing social distancing. This will not only keep you and your family safe, but it could also save the lives of thousands of others.
Tours Field Hospital Site at Baltimore Convention Center
Directs Health Department to Provide Racial and Ethnic Breakdowns on COVID-19 Cases
Announces Designation of Baltimore-Washington Corridor as Emerging Hotspot by Federal Administration
I want to begin by saying thank you. Thank you for your prayers, your well wishes, and your support over the last few weeks. Maryland’s working families – and our economy – are facing one of the toughest tests any of us can remember. The COVID-19 crisis has tested all of us – regardless of our age, our gender, our race, or our faith. I must say this though, I couldn’t be prouder of Marylanders right now.
Governor Larry Hogan, in collaboration with Maryland’s financial institutions, today announced a series of financial relief initiatives to provide further assistance to millions of Marylanders and small businesses who are facing economic hardships due to COVID-19. Nearly 70 of Maryland’s largest banks, credit unions, mortgage lenders, state agencies, and other financial entities have collaborated to provide additional flexibility to borrowers. “I wish that I could tell you when we’re going to turn the corner, when you’ll be able to go back to work, to school, to church, or when any of us will be able to get back to living a normal life again,” said Governor Hogan.