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November 16, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Public Health Officials Alarmed As Coronavirus Wave Threatens Maryland, Nation:

Joe Biden’s Scientific Advisers To Meet With Coronavirus Vaccine Makers As Trump Stalls Transition:

Activists Skeptical About Baltimore County’s New Policing Law:

Baltimore County Police Offering Precincts As Safe Exchange Zones For Online Sales:

Pratt Mobile Job Center Adapts To Coronavirus Pandemic In Attempt To Combat Joblessness In Baltimore:

Schools Reverse Reopening Plans As COVID-19 Cases Increase:

Maryland Sees 12th Consecutive Day Of 1,000 Or More Cases:

Maryland Courts Cancel Jury Trials For The Rest Of 2020 As Coronavirus Cases Spike:

Baltimore Expected To Pay $8 Million To Settle Gun Trace Task Force Lawsuit:

Wayne Curry’s Vision May Finally Be Realized in Prince George’s:

Here’s How Other State Legislatures Are Returning to Work:

Prince George’s County’s Alsobrooks Says Police Reform Will Be ‘Red-Hot’ Issue in Annapolis:

New Rules Set to Curb COVID-19 Surge in Md. Jurisdictions:

Montgomery Announces COVID-19 Economic Recovery Roadmap:

Here Are the States to Avoid Under Maryland’s COVID-19 Travel Advisory:

Harford Takes Additional Steps to Protect the Public During COVID Surge:

Federal News

Ossoff, Warnock start Georgia runoffs behind the eight ball:

Fauci warns that White House transition delays could slow vaccine rollout:

Cuomo threatens to sue Trump for equitable vaccine distribution:

National lockdown ‘a measure of last resort,’ Biden coronavirus taskforce head says:

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