The research will use the blood plasma of patients who have recovered from COVID-19 to determine if it can help those suffering from or at risk of contracting the highly contagious upper respiratory disease.
After the governor confirmed Friday the fifth death of Marylander due to the novel coronavirus, the state committed to fund funding promising research that aims to treat patients suffering from COVID-19 and perhaps boost the immune systems of healthcare workers exposed to it.
By Colin Campbell, Luke Broadwater and Hallie Miller
The decision to maintain the sale of liquor and alcohol could perhaps provide some respite to the Maryland’s economy, which has slowed under a series of state-level measures designed to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
As Maryland braces for a possible patient surge related to the global coronavirus outbreak, Mercy Medical Center in downtown balance received state approval to add a new floor for acute care patient treatment, the hospital announced Wednesday. The $12.5 million project will begin immediately, the hospital said, and it expects to finish construction in 75 days.
A recently listed Fells Point rowhouse might appear ordinary on the surface. But a quirky feature inside distinguishes this unit from its neighbors. A deep pool, possibly meant for diving, is dug into the ground floor.
The archdiocese of Baltimore has removed a retired priest in residence at St. Agnes/St. William of York Parish from active ministry and from residence in the parish over allegations of inappropriate touching.
Assessments on residential and commercial property will rise around the state by an average of 8.9%, continuing a seven-year-long upward trend in values used to calculate the taxes property owners pay.