In a sprint session, the General Assembly approved legislation to aid with coronavirus response, make hate crimes easier to prosecute, require University System of Maryland institutions to create outbreak response laws, and more.
Campuses should remain open, he said.
The man was in his 60s and had an underlying medical condition.
The bill still requires Gov. Larry Hogan's signature.
The Board of Regents held a virtual meeting Monday to discuss COVID-19.
Drive-thru and food delivery services will continue to operate, he said.
The announcement comes as the governor closed the state's casinos, racetracks and simulcast betting facilities indefinitely.
The bill was rejected earlier this month.
The patient had no known exposure through travel or an infected individual.
They're lobbying for unionization rights for graduate workers at this university.