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Earlier this month, as part of series of actions by his administration to limit the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic and maintain essential services, Governor Larry Hogan issued a proclamation to officially postpone the April 28 primary election until June 2. 

With a total of at least 57 confirmed cases of Coronavirus (as of mid-day Tuesday) in Maryland, Governor Larry Hogan issued another round of restrictions and reality checks and as part of another series of major actions to limit the spread of COVID-19 pandemic and maintain essential services.