President Donald Trump is extending the voluntary national shutdown for a month as sickness and death from the coronavirus pandemic rises in the U.S. Wochit ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday that he hoped the arrest last week of a man who violated his order against gatherings of 10 or more people would make it clear that he intends to enforce the measures aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus . “Most people are abiding by them, but a few people are refusing to,” Hogan said of the measures during an interview with Fox News. “In this particular case, this man refused to cooperate and was arrested.” Hogan has responded aggressively to the COVID-19 outbreak since the first cases appeared. Maryland was one of the first states to declare an emergency and to close its schools. And on Monday, Hogan announced he issuing a “stay at […]
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