ANNAPOLIS, Md. (FOX 5 DC) - Starting this week, Maryland's coronavirus resource website will begin displaying data related to COVID-19 cases and fatalities associated with nursing homes, assisted living facilities and other similar facilities in the state.
On Monday, Governor Larry Hogan directed the Maryland Department of Health to publish the data on the state's website.
“As we plan our recovery, we are taking additional steps to protect our most vulnerable citizens, including older Marylanders. Keeping Marylanders informed and being transparent with the facts continues to be at the heart of our response to COVID-19. We are grateful to the staff in our nursing homes working around the clock to save lives," said Gov. Hogan.
For weeks, FOX 5 has been following a coronavirus outbreak at a senior living facility in Charles County.
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