The first Montgomery County residents to test positive for COVID-19 have fully recovered, the Montgomery County Department of Health announced Friday.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced on March 5 that a couple in their 70's and another person in their 50's had tested positive for the virus after traveling on a cruise in Egypt.
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"I'm happy to report that the first three cases that were reported last Thursday have all cleared and have been cleared to return back to their normal daily life schedules," Montgomery County Health Officer Dr. Travis Gayles said.
Gov. Larry Hogan announced Sunday, March 15, that there are 31 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 located in eight jurisdictions. There are a total of 92 confirmed cases in the area.
All Maryland public schools will be closed for two weeks starting March 16, Governor Hogan announced Thursday.
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