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ANNAPOLIS — As Marylanders scramble to seek medical care from the safety of their homes during the persisting coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Larry Hogan moved to expand telemedicine access statewide. But will rural residents without high-speed internet be left unserved?

PIKESVILLE — As state and local law enforcement officers are working throughout Maryland to educate citizens about the Gov. Larry Hogan's executive order and to enforce the law when necessary, State Police Superintendent Col. Woodrow Jones III is urging the faith community to be informed and to voluntarily comply with the order as it applies to holding services.