Governor Hogan is sounding the alarm over those who still are congregating in large groups.
The Governor is urging people to practice social distancing to curb the spread of this disease.
Hogan has made it clear all the message of social distancing applies to everyone, not just older people.
Last week Hogan ordered at statewide reduction in the number of people allowed to gather, lowering it from 50 to 10.
The Governor said he’s frustrated by the number of people who are failing to heed warnings and not distancing themselves to slow the spread of this virus.
More than half of the state’s positive cases are in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties, which are closes to D.C.
The Governor is urging everyone to follow state and federal orders.
The number of cases in Maryland is now at 244.
The Department of Health updates the number of confirmed cases in the state at 10 a.m.