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Friday, May 22, 2020

Dr. Siegel warns officials should watch South America ahead of possible coronavirus 'second wave'

Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel told "Bill Hemmer Reports" Thursday that U.S. officials should keep an eye on the spread of coronavirus in South America as they prepare for a possible second wave of the pandemic in the fall and winter.

"Today, I don't like what's coming out of Brazil," Siegel told host Bill Hemmer. "They have close to 300,000 cases in Brazil ... but they've had the highest number of cases on record over the last 24 hours, close to 20,000 cases; and Argentina is gearing up."

Siegel noted that South American countries are currently experiencing conditions that would be the equivalent of late November in the Northern Hemisphere.

The NYU Langone internist added that Australia is having better luck containing the spread of COVID-19, but explained that the government there instituted a lockdown very early on.


Troopers To Continue Increased Enforcement Through Holiday Weekend

(PIKESVILLE, MD) – Maryland State Police troopers from all 23 barracks and from divisions not normally assigned to road patrol will be involved in targeted traffic safety initiatives through the holiday weekend as part of their continuing effort to reduce speeding and address aggressive and impaired driving on Maryland roads.

The priority of every uniformed state trooper on patrol this weekend will be traffic safety. Regular patrol troopers from each barrack will be supplemented by troopers from the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division and some normally assigned to the Criminal Enforcement Division. The additional troopers will all assist with specific traffic safety initiatives across the state.

“Our priority is to do all we can to ensure the safety of each person traveling on Maryland roads throughout this holiday weekend,” Maryland State Police Superintendent Colonel Woodrow Jones III said. “Commanders will be deploying troopers to those areas where speeding complaints are most frequent and where crashes and impaired driving arrests have been the highest. I encourage each driver traveling this weekend to make traffic safety their most important concern when they are behind the wheel. Don’t drive impaired or aggressively. Obey the speed limit and always buckle up.”

Troopers will be using laser speed measuring devices, including ten new units purchased by the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division with funding from the Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program, coordinated by the MDOT State Highway Administration Motor Carrier Division. Troopers will also be on patrol in unmarked vehicles, looking for drivers exceeding the speed limits and driving aggressively.

Freedom Of Speech

Scientists Claim 'Medicinal Cannabis' Could Help Fight COVID-19

Ever since scientists reportedly explored the deterrent effects of nicotine in preventing the coronavirus, potheads probably figured it was only a matter of time until somebody did the same for marijuana.

Now, a team of researchers in Calgary told a local TV station that their research into local strains of marijuana shows "promise."

The husband-and-wife team say they've been researching potential medicinal properties of marijuana for more than five years, but started to 'pivot' their research once the coronavirus came on the scene.

Olga and Igor Kovalchuk have been working with cannabis since 2015, using varieties from around the world to create new hybrids and develop extracts that demonstrate certain therapeutic properties.

"There’s a lot of documented information about cannabis in cancer, cannabis in inflammation, anxiety, obesity and what not," says Igor. "When COVID-19 started, Olga had the idea to revisit our data, and see if we can utilize it for COVID.

"It was like a joker card, you know, coronavirus. It just mixes up everybody’s plans," says Olga.

She says they started to examine the special proteins, or receptors, that the virus hijacks to enter the body, and they’ve now submitted a research paper studying the effects of medical cannabis on COVID-19.

"We were totally stunned at first, and then we were really happy," says Olga.


Cops trying to catch driver seen going 202 mph in social media video

Police are trying to find a driver who filmed himself driving 202 mph on an empty U.K.highway while the country remains under quarantine restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Video shot by the driver that was posted to social media shows him steering the Audi RS6 Avant with one hand as he pulls onto the M23 south of Crawley, according to The Sun, and accelerating past what few cars are on the road up to the triple-digit speed.



“All that Russia stuff that they were claiming was going to happen didn’t take place.”

“The exiting president literally hires or gets the FBI to investigate Trump,” Rogan said.

“Listen to Jimmy Dore’s video on it. Jimmy Dore’s video is excellent. He breaks down exactly what the administration did. And that it’s illegal.” Rogan added.

“You are essentially using the FBI to spy on Trump. And it turned out that all that Russia stuff that they were claiming was going to happen didn’t take place, and that they knew it wasn’t really happening to begin with.” Rogan continued.

“What they are saying was all hyperbole and exaggerating. They were trying to turn it into something that it wasn’t.” Rogan urged, adding “It’s not good. It’s not all good.”

Alex Jones covers what is on the horizon with COVID-19, the lockdown, the vaccine, and how Big Tech wants to run your life.


Study: Coronavirus likely 'adapted' to humans at lab

Appearance should 'motivate' efforts to prevent future occurrences

It’s unlikely that COVID-19 crossed species lines at a Wuhan, China, wet market that China originally pinpointed as the source of the global pandemic, a study of the disease found.

The study’s authors, Canadian evolutionary biologist Shing Zhan and MIT molecular biologist Yujia Alina Chan, found that “phylogenetic tracking suggests” that the virus “had been imported into the market by humans.”

“Our observations suggest that by the time SARS-CoV-2” — the underlying virus that causes the coronavirus — “was first detected in late 2019, it was already pre-adapted to human transmission,” the authors wrote in the study.

“The sudden appearance of a highly infectious SARS-CoV-2 presents a major cause for concern that should motivate stronger international efforts to identify the source and prevent near future reemergence.”


Convenience Centers, Landfill, Brush Pile, Ferries Memorial Day Holiday Schedule

On Monday, May 25, 2020, the Newland Park Landfill, Convenience Center and Brush Pile, all external Convenience Centers, Whitehaven Ferry and Upper Ferry will be closed in observance of the Memorial Day holiday.

For more information, please contact the Newland Park Landfill at 410-548-4935. Ferry information is available by calling 410-543-2765.

I'm Not Sure Which One To Pick... LOL

A Comment Worthy Of A Post 5-22-20

Unless the staff and customers are wearing face mask our family will not go in. In a store, customers with out masks, i leave, and leave the cart in its tracks. If you people want business to open again show some MUTUAL respect.

Publishers Notes: You have every right to your choice, just as in we have every right to our choice. If you people are so afraid of this virus, stay home. It really is that simple. Aside from that "anonymous", do tell us exactly what business isn't wearing masks because frankly I think you are full of crap desperate for attention.

Coronavirus could be mutating into something far more deadlier

Chinese doctors are concerned the coronavirus has mutated as they are seeing it manifest differently in patients

Chinese health authorities are now reporting that the coronavirus could be changing, as doctors are seeing big differences in the way that the virus is presenting itself in certain areas.

One of China's top doctors who is on the front line battling the coronavirus spoke to state TV this past Tuesday and said that many patients in the northern provinces of Jilin and Heilongjiang are becoming infected for a long period of time. They also take longer to test negative and, on average, take longer to show symptoms in comparison to the original patients from Wuhan. This has raised concerns that the coronavirus has mutated, and due to symptoms taking longer to show, and infection lasting longer, the virus would essentially have become deadlier and harder to eradicate.

According to Qiu, "The longer period during which infected patients show no symptoms has created clusters of family infections". Luckily, there are multiple reasons for why patients in these regions are taking longer than the one to weeks to show symptoms, which means the scientists still don't know if the virus has mutated or is mutating. At the moment, it's still far too early to know, Chinese doctors and researchers need to observe the patients more and find clear evidence that the virus is changing before concluding that is the case.


Lungs of deceased COVID-19 patients show distinctive features

In a new study in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), senior author, Steven J. Mentzer, MD, thoracic surgeon at Brigham and Women's Hospital, and a team of international researchers examined seven lungs obtained during autopsy from patients who died of COVID-19. They compared this group to seven autopsied lungs obtained from patients who died of acute respiratory distress syndrome secondary to influenza A (H1N1) infection as well as to 10 age-matched uninfected control lungs.

Both COVID-19 and influenza are the same category of virus and both infect the respiratory tract. While the lungs shared some common features, there were distinctive features related toblood vessels seen in the lungs of patients who had died of COVID-19.

Researchers observed that COVID-19 damaged the endothelial cells (vascular lining cells), causing severe endothelial injury. Patients with COVID-19 showed widespread blood clotting as well as new vessel growth—the latter likely a result of the body's response to the virus. The team saw signs of a distinctive pattern of pulmonary vascular disease progression in some cases of COVID-19 compared to that of equally severe influenza virus infection.

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The 2020 Election

What is very interesting is that Trump would even do such an advertisement. The Democrats have organized themselves into “The Resistance” to sabotage President Trump. This is really a major confrontation for Democracy is dead and indeed the press has lost all integrity and is no longer balanced. Many are confused. Why do the Democrats hate Trump so much? It certainly seems that they are so against him because he cannot be bribed and as such is overturning their feeding trough.

There are many people that wonder what is going on. This advertisement is truly amazing insofar it is exposing a lot of issues that many people find questionable. There are some entities that Trump points out in this advertisement from Sorors to the bankers who I can personally attest have been engaged in trading markets for major gains and rely on the SEC and CFTC to always look the other way. Some banks have been paying bribes to achieve their goals in markets. I have called them “The Club” for they were outright soliciting me to join.

This 2020 election will be different. It will be very interesting, to say the least. This ad DOES NOTtarget a specific candidate. So it seems to be throwing down the gauntlet for an all out war. This is very curious for it is a major departure in how politics had been played. The point here is that the gloves have come off. I have been warning that the 2020 election should be the most violent. Perhaps we have not seen anything yet.


*UPDATE #7*- Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery Homicide

Bear- On Friday, May 8, 2020, at approximately 10:13 a.m., the Delaware State Police responded to the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery located at 2465 Chesapeake City Rd., in Bear, for reports of shots fired. The investigation determined 29-year-old Sheldon C. Francis of Middletown was responsible for the shooting deaths of 86 year old Paul C. Marino and his wife, 85-year-old Lidia Marino, of Elkton, MD.

At approximately 11:08 a.m., officers on scene observed Francis running into a wooded area, between the cemetery and Brennan Blvd., in the development of Brennan Estates. Officers immediately secured the area where the subject was observed.

At approximately 12:08 p.m., Troopers on the Delaware State Police Special Operations Response Team (SORT) responded to the wooded area where Francis was located in the Delaware State Police BearCat Armored Vehicle. Upon arriving to the location, the BearCat began immediately taking on a significant amount of gunshot rounds from Francis, resulting in an exchange of gunfire taking place between members of SORT and Francis. During the exchange of gunfire, Francis sustained a gunshot wound by the Delaware State Police, which resulted in his death. Francis was pronounced deceased at the scene. No Troopers involved in the shooting incident were not injured and have been placed on administrative leave as per Divisional Policy .

As this investigation remains ongoing, there has been no motive determined at this time or evidence indicating Francis had any connection to the Marino’s.

The Delaware State Police would also like to thank the community for their support and understanding during this critical incident.

The investigation remains active and ongoing and is being investigated by the Delaware State Police Homicide Unit. Anyone with information regarding the incident or a possible motive are asked to call 302-698-8557. Information may also be provided by calling Delaware crime stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333 or via the internet at

A Viewer Writes: Zoo Director Selection

Would be nice to do a public information request to see if any candidates with actual zoological qualifications were considered (or even applied). Likely a small pool of candidates based on the lack of accreditation. You’d think running a zoo would require at least a bare minimum of animal husbandry or biology experience. But, I’m just a standard issue taxpayer, so what do I know.

Harris Announces COVID Emergency Response Grant to Wicomico County

WASHINGTON, DC: Congressman Andy Harris (MD-01) announced that the Wicomico County Government will receive $58,008 in federal grants from the Department of Justice’s Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding (CESF) Program. Specifically, the CESF Program allows States, U.S. Territories, the District of Columbia, units of local government, and federally recognized tribal governments to support a broad range of activities to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the coronavirus. Funded projects or initiatives may include, but are not limited to, overtime, equipment (including law enforcement and medical personal protective equipment), hiring, supplies (such as gloves, masks, sanitizer), training, travel expenses (particularly related to the distribution of resources to the most impacted areas), and addressing the medical needs of inmates in state, local, and tribal prisons, jails, and detention centers.

Congressman Harris made the following statement:

“As a physician, I understand the importance of protecting public health. As we move to re-open Maryland, jurisdictions will require additional attention and financial assistance to safely re-open. Wicomico County is home to a significant portion of our national poultry processing industry, and I thank the administration for providing this supplemental funding. We can reopen many of our local small businesses and restaurants safely with social distancing and use of masks, and I will continue to advocate for safely reopening our local economy and community.”

Conservatives Ask Amazon to End SPLC’s Role as ‘Hate Group’ Sheriff

A conservative free-market group hopes to convince Amazon, the world’s largest retailer, not to rely on the Southern Poverty Law Center as a gatekeeper for its philanthropic giving.

The scandal-plagued SPLC, a left-wing advocacy organization, routinely labelsmainstream center-right organizations as “hate groups” on a list that includes actual hate groups such as the Ku Klux Klan or neo-Nazis.

“Amazon likes to inoculate themselves from criticism. That’s what our proposal is trying to do is pierce that inoculation,” Justin Danhof, director of the Free Enterprise Project at the National Center for Public Policy Research, told The Daily Signal in a phone interview.

At issue is the AmazonSmile program, in which online buyers may contribute a small percentage of purchase prices to the charity of their choice, whether it’s their church or a nonprofit such as the Red Cross. To the chagrin of conservatives, Amazon allows the Southern Poverty Law Center to decide whether the chosen charity is appropriate.


FBI Offered To Pay Christopher Steele ‘Significantly’ To Dig Up Dirt On Flynn

An FBI offer to pay former British spy Christopher Steele to collect intelligence on Michael Flynn in the weeks before the 2016 election has been one of the more overlooked revelations in a Justice Department inspector general’s report released in December.

The reference to the FBI proposal, which was made in an Oct. 3, 2016, meeting in an unidentified European city, has received virtually no press attention. But it might have new significance following the recent release of government documents that show that Steele peddled an unfounded rumor that Flynn had an extra-marital affair with a Russian woman in the United Kingdom.

The inspector general’s report, released on Dec. 9, 2019, said that FBI agents offered to pay Steele “significantly” to collect intelligence from three separate “buckets” that the bureau was pursuing as part of Crossfire Hurricane, its counter-intelligence probe of four Trump campaign associates.


Chicago Mayor Orders Parking Bans Around Churches to Thwart Services

The deep blue state of Illinois is beginning to revolt against the nation’s strictest coronavirus lockdowns even as those in charge seek to strengthen their power.

Some of the more outrageous examples of overreach are seen in the City of Chicago, where Mayor Lori Lightfoot has fenced in the city’s extensive lakeshore areas and even created newly designated no parking zones around churches to prevent worshipers from attending services.

Last Sunday, the city’s first gay mayor sent the Chicago Police Department (CPD) out to erect new signs around the neighborhood of Philadelphia Romanian Church to suddenly create long stretches of new “No parking/tow warning” zones around the building.

Lightfoot also sent the CPD to prowl around outside several of the city’s churches to hand out parking violations, Chicago’s CBS affiliate reported.


Multiple Universities Refuse to Cooperate with Federal Investigations into Ties to China

Several universities around the nation are currently under investigation by the Department of Education over their alleged financial ties to the Chinese government. A report published this week suggests that many universities are refusing to comply with a standard request to produce internal documents.

According to a report by the College Fix, several universities and colleges that are under investigation by the Department of Education are refusing to release internal documents that may contain evidence of undisclosed financial grants from the Chinese government.

The report claims that lawyers for several universities refused to comply with a request to produce documents, arguing that they were entitled to privacy under “Freedom of Information Act exemptions and legal privileges.” A letter from the Department of Education did not name the universities and colleges that have refused to comply with the request for documents.

Department of Education General Counsel Reed Rubinstein believes that many American universities and colleges have been compromised by foreign governments, China being one of the primary governments in question. “However, the evidence suggests massive investments of foreign money have bred dependency and distorted the decision making, mission, and values of too many institutions,” Rubinstein said.


Appeals court orders judge in Michael Flynn case to respond to request for removal

A federal appeals court on Thursday ordered the judge overseeing the case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn to respond to a petition from Flynn’s legal team seeking to remove him from the case.

In a brief one-page order, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ordered U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan to “file a response addressing the petitioners’ request.”

Judge Sullivan has 10 days to address Flynn’s legal brief. The court also invited the Justice Department to weigh in on whether Judge Sullivan should be reassigned.

The order also revealed that two Republican-appointed judges will oversee Flynn’s bid to have the charges he lied to the FBI dismissed.


Judicial Watch Forces Release of “Electronic Communication” Used to Launch Obama’s Spy Operation

Judicial Watch says that it received the “electronic communication” (EC) that officially launched the counter-intelligence investigation, termed “Crossfire Hurricane,” of President Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.

The document, which was written by former FBI official Peter Strzok and was obtained as the result of a Judicial Watch FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) lawsuit against the FBI and DOJ.

The redacted document details seemingly third-hand information that the Russian government “had been seeking prominent members of the Donald Trump campaign in which to engage to prepare for potential post-election relations should Trump be elected U.S. President.” The document also alleges Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos, claimed to an unnamed party that “they (the Russians) could assist the Trump campaign with the anonymous release of information during the campaign that would be damaging to Hillary Clinton.”


Philly Elections Judge Pleads Guilty to Stuffing Ballot Boxes for Bribes

A Democratic elections judge in Pennsylvania has pleaded guilty to taking bribes to stuff ballot boxes, newly unsealed court documents show.

Domenick J. DeMuro, a former judge of elections and Democratic committeeman in Philadelphia, took thousands of dollars from a political consultant to cast fraudulent ballots and certify phony returns, according to the indictment.

DeMuro pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to deprive persons of civil rights and one count of using interstate facilities in aid of bribery in a federal court on March 16.

The guilty plea comes as President Donald Trump is escalating attacks on balloting alternatives like vote-by-mail. Some states, including battlegrounds like Michigan, are discouraging in-person voting due to the coronavirus pandemic and sending voters unsolicited ballot applications. The president claims vote-by-mail is rife with fraud—though those charges are contested by elections experts—and has threatened to withhold funds from states that use such a system.



In accordance with §SC2-4 of the Salisbury City Charter, a majority of the City Council have called for a Special Meeting to be held on Friday, May 22, 2020 for the purpose of approving the following:  

Ordinance No. 2599- 1st reading- to amend Chapter 15.26 Rental Of Residential Premises of the Salisbury City Code by adding Subsection 15.26.035 Rent Increases Barred During States Of Emergency and authorizing the Mayor to issue such executive orders as are necessary to protect tenants from abuse 

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South Carolina election ballots reportedly found in Maryland this week

South Carolina election ballots reportedly ended up in Maryland this week, after mail-in voting for the Palmetto State’s June 9 primary has already begun, according to local news reports.

South Carolina election officials may cut ties with the company they used, Minnesota printer SeaChange, over the mix-up after about 20 Charleston County absentee ballots were found outside the state, the reports say.

Election officials say this isn’t the first absentee ballot issue they’ve had with the company, which prints and mails ballots for 13 South Carolina counties.

Some voters in Greenville County received the wrong absentee ballots when the Democratic presidential primary and the special election for sheriff were held just 10 days apart, Election Commission spokesman Chris Whitmire told the Post and Courier. Voters in Charleston received ballots that were folded in a way that made them tough to read by scanning machines.

In a year that will see record numbers of absentee voting due to the coronavirus pandemic, the election integrity of absentee voting has become a major issue.


The Crisis in Nursing Homes Just Got Worse

Democrats like to portray themselves as The Party of Science, so why are they still sticking COVID-19 victims in nursing homes in Democrat-run Minnesota?

The Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported on Wednesday that “Minnesota nursing homes are still being allowed by state regulators to admit coronavirus patients who have been discharged from hospitals.”

This, despite the fact that nursing homes represent a whopping four out of five COVID-19 related death in the Democrat-run North Star State. The official figure is 81%.

Has the Party of Science learned nothing?

At the very best, they’re learning very slowly. The Star-Tribune reports that the “practice is drawing strong opposition from some lawmakers” who are “calling for more state scrutiny over transfers.”

So if I’m reading this correctly, there are a few Minnesota lawmakers who want state regulators who are already putting the infected in with the vulnerable, to finally take a closer look at that, approximately 629 dead nursing home residents later.


VA Democrat City Councils Flip to GOP in Response to Northam Gun Control

The city councils in Staunton and Waynesboro, Virginia, flipped from Democrat to Republican on Tuesday, as voters rejected Gov. Ralph Northam’s (D) gun control agenda.

Bearing Arms reported: “With little fanfare and almost no national attention, Virginians headed to the polls in local elections on Tuesday, and there was a stunning upset in one city that’s been dominated by Democrats in recent elections. Control of the Staunton City Council flipped from blue to red after a surge in turnout among Republican voters.”

The Augusta Free Press reported the flip “from blue to red” was due to Northam’s gun control efforts.

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Salisbury– Mayor Jake Day has announced that a second municipal employee of the City of Salisbury has tested positive for COVID-19. The employee, a member of the Salisbury Fire Department, is currently presenting with a cough, but no other symptoms. The employee will remain in home isolation as mandated by the Wicomico County Health Department

City Administrator and COVID-19 Czar, Julia Glanz said, “To date the Salisbury Fire Department has transported 76 COVID-19 positive patients, with 328 PUIs (Persons Under Investigation), and while our team is taking every precaution possible, we knew the likelihood of another team member getting infected was high. We are supporting this Firefighter to make sure this period of isolation at home is as easy as possible on them and their family. I hope those in our community will continue to follow good hygiene habits and stay home as much as possible so our first responders can go home safely to their families.”

Essential City workers have their temperatures taken at the beginning of each shift, and are required to wear N95 masks at all times when on-duty. While these measures can help to minimize the spread of the virus, no method of protection is 100% effective at keeping you infection-free.

While mitigation remains vitally important, we have already begun to see the disease exact its sad toll here in Salisbury. In honor of our neighbors who have lost their battles with COVID-19, all City of Salisbury flags continue to be flown at half-mast until further notice.

Baltimore mayor urges Trump to reconsider Memorial Day visit to Fort McHenry with city under stay-at-home order

Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young is urging President Donald Trump to reconsider his planned visit to the Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine on Memorial Day, in light of the stay-at-home order in place in the city to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

“I wish that the President, as our nation’s leader, would set a positive example and not travel during this holiday weekend,” Young said in a statement Thursday.

But the president has no intention of changing his plans, according to the White House.

“The brave men and women who have preserved our freedoms for generations did not stay home and the President will not either as he honors their sacrifice by visiting such a historic landmark in our Nation’s history,” White House spokesman Judd Deere said.


Publishers Notes: SCREW RINO HOGAN!

Maryland COVID-19 in Congregate Facility Settings 5-22-2020

COVID-19 Congregate Facility Settings Statistics in Maryland

Facilities: Nursing Homes, Assisted Living, and Group Homes
Confirmed staff cases: 2,519Confirmed staff deaths: 12
Confirmed resident cases: 5,939Confirmed resident deaths: 1,131
By County
CountyStaff CasesStaff DeathsResident CasesResident Deaths
Anne Arundel186045995
Baltimore City321072797
Baltimore County47921142202
Prince George's3474798164
Queen Anne's5020
St. Mary's510949

Facilities: State and Local

Confirmed Inmate Cases: 102Total Confirmed Staff Cases: 368
Confirmed Inmate Deaths: 6Total Confirmed Staff Deaths: 0
Confirmed Patient Cases: 85Total Confirmed Resident Cases: 187
Confirmed Patient Deaths: 2Total Confirmed Resident Deaths: 8
Confirmed Youth Cases: 0
Confirmed Youth Deaths: 0
By County
CountyStaff CasesStaff DeathsPatient CasesPatient DeathsInmate CasesInmate DeathsYouth CasesYouth Deaths
Anne Arundel16600074400
Baltimore County2304920000
Baltimore City9800026000
Prince George's3501900000
Queen Anne's00000000
St. Mary's20000000