Governor Hogan Provides Coronavirus Response Update on CNN, MSNBC, UK's Channel 4 News, and CSPAN

Governor Larry Hogan appeared on CNN, MSNBC, UK’s Channel 4 News, and CSPAN to inform the public on Maryland’s ongoing coronavirus response and to advocate for the nation’s governors during this crisis.

On Monday, Governor Hogan issued a stay-at-home order as coronavirus cases in the National Capital Region of Maryland, Virginia, and Washington DC escalate at a rapid pace.

Governor Hogan has continued to sound the alarm that the National Capital Region could be just two weeks behind New York, putting at risk more than 400,000 federal workers, including “mission critical” employees on the front lines of the coronavirus response at agencies like the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

As Governor Hogan explained in a joint bipartisan Washington Post op-ed with Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer this week, “there simply aren’t enough test kits, medical supplies and other lifesaving equipment to meet the scope of this pandemic” – despite continued progress on the local, state, and federal level.