Coronavirus test spending details show emergency contracts

For the first time, there are details about new spending related to the 500,000 coronavirus tests Maryland obtained from a South Korean company in April. Gov. Larry Hogan fired back at his critics over the deal that has drawn criticism over the months for its secrecy and lack of detail. What was learned Wednesday came as the state's Board of Public Works approved emergency contracts with a private lab. To date, about three quarters of the tests have been used, according to new accounting the 11 News I-Team obtained Wednesday from a state health official.