Governor Larry Hogan isn’t a happy camper after learning that Prince George’s County Schools have switched to virtual learning because of rising COVID-19 cases. Hogan spoke with FOX News on Sunday and called the move a terrible mistake. The Governor noted the state has provided the resources to school districts to avoid closing doors and the county is only reporting a-hundred cases out of 131-thousand students. Hogan said that he’s not a fan of schools closing because of the difficulties last year. Students in P-G County will participate in virtual learning until at least January 14th.