2020 PULITZER PRIZE IN LOCAL REPORTING Price $2.50. Our 183rd year, No. 182 Tuesday, June 30, 2020 baltimoresun.com C Keiver Jack Jordan, 9, reaches out for one of the 20,000 animals on display Monday at the National Aquarium as members are allowed inside the facility before it reopens to the public on Wednesday at 25% capacity. The Jordan family joined just before the COVID-19 closures. All guests are required to wear face coverings, get a temperature screening and follow a one-way path through the aquarium. JHU protesters Macy’s notified the state that it will lay off 103 employees at Westfield Annapolis, less than a week after it reopened. Its Columbia store will lay off 131. Orioles GM Mike Elias said that the Orioles have no positive COVID-19 cases or players opting out of the season so far, though he anticipates both could change as the summer camp progresses. ■ A group of about 100 protesters marched across the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus to paper the front door and windows of the university president’s house with copies of a faculty petition calling for an end to a stalled plan for a private university police force. NEWS 3 ■ NEWS 2 SPORTS Business Comics Lottery NEWS On TV SPORTS 6 SPORTS 8 4 SPORTS 9 INSIDE TODAY’S WEATHER Classified Horoscopes NEWS Obituaries Opinion Bridge SPORTS 5 5 NEWS 6 NEWS 8 SPORTS 5
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