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Baltimore, MD Coronavirus Updates & Information For November 27 – Patch.com

Baltimore, MD |
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The quarterback for the Ravens, another player and a staffer reportedly contracted the virus.

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus, ESPN reported on Thanksgiving. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

BALTIMORE, MD — Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus. He is one of several players and staffers on the team to contract the virus this week.Jackson is one of two players whose positive test results were reported Thursday, in addition to a staff member, according to ESPN, which reported the Ravens would not be allowed to practice at the Under Armour Performance Center until Monday, Nov. 30.At… Read more

Bethesda-Chevy Chase, MD |
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The number of Maryland workers filing for unemployment benefits ticked up once again last week, amid a nationwide surge in COVID-19 cases.

MARYLAND — First-time unemployment claims in Maryland rose once again last week, to 18,916, up from 18,440 the previous week, according to the state’s labor department…. Read more

Annapolis, MD |
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State police ran coronavirus prevention and sober driving checks before Thanksgiving. Eateries followed the rules; drivers did not.

ANNAPOLIS, MD — Maryland State Police set out on Thanksgiving eve to enforce coronavirus regulations, an operation that Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday. Troopers said the “overwhelming majority” of businesses were compliant…. Read more

Rockville, MD |
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On Friday, Maryland recorded its fourth-highest number of new COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic in March.

MARYLAND — Maryland has recorded its fourth-highest number of new COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic in March.In the past 24 hours, state health officials reported 2,378 new cases, pushing its total to 192,858 infections. The three other largest one-day increases were seen in November. They were: 2,018 cases on Nov. 18; 2,885 cases on Nov. 21; and 2,697 cases on Nov. 25.On Friday, the Maryland Health Department added 22… Read more

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