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State restrictions are slowly being relaxed and workout facilities have begun to implement new changes and guidelines. Here are some of the ways they will look a bit different.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there have been tens of thousands of deaths in the U.S. from the novel coronavirus. Beyond the loss of life, this pandemic has led to a grim news cycle, government social distancing restrictions and an economic crisis leaving millions of Americans unemployed. Fear, isolation and economic uncertainty can all have negative effects on mental health. People who have lost their jobs, their homes, their businesses or even a loved one during this time might not have adequate time and space to properly process and mourn. And even people who haven’t lost anything as concrete as a job or a loved one can also be affected by grief over seeing the world upended as our economic, healthcare and education systems struggle, according to the American Psychological Association. Here are ways to care for your mental health after experiencing loss during the coronavirus pandemic. (Kaitlin Miller, The Active Times)

As the coronavirus spreads globally, it has been revealed that some notable people have tested positive for the virus. People appear in order of most recently reported.

COVID-19, the novel strain of the coronavirus that has sickened thousands across the globe, is spreading in Maryland.


COVID-19 in Maryland >>

Confirmed cases are updated each morning from state reports.

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