ANNAPOLIS, MD (AP) – Drive-thru testing sites for the coronavirus are being held at three vehicle emissions inspection sites in Maryland. The state announced that only those who have orders from a health care provider and have made appointments will be tested. The sites are officially set to open today in Harford, Anne Arundel, and Charles Counties. Gov. Larry Hogan says the state is opening the sites to keep pace with the demand for testing. Hogan says Maryland is like every other state in the nation and simply doesn’t have enough testing supplies.