ANNAPOLIS, MD (AP) – Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is warning of a major surge in coronavirus cases. He said Maryland’s statewide mask mandate remains in full effect. The governor says the state has built a long-term testing strategy and a robust contact tracing operation. He also says Maryland has kept in place a hospital surge capacity plan of more than 6,000 beds. He says emergency management officials have distributed more than 78 million units of personal protective equipment and has built up a 60-day supply.