Several people who attended the Maryland Association of Counties conference in Ocean City last week have since tested positive for COVID-19, the association said Tuesday in a notice to the thousands of attendees. Additionally, The Daily Record reported that at least four aides to Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) have tested positive for coronavirus, and that at least two of them attended the conference that drew more than 2,000 state and local elected officials, county employees, and state workers.
MACo Sends Notice to Conference Attendees After Hogan Aides Test Positive for COVID
August 25, 2021