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Maryland Vaccine Lottery: Monday's VaxCash Winner Is From Bel AirWho's won the Maryland vaccine lottery so far?
COVID-19 In Maryland: Zero Deaths Reported For Second Day In A RowMaryland reported 40 new COVID-19 cases and zero deaths Monday as over 73% of all adults in Maryland have now received one dose of the vaccine. It's the second day in a row when no deaths were reported.
GBMC Hosts Annual Father's Day 5K RaceFamilies braced the heat and laced up their sneakers to celebrate Father's Day at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. 
COVID-19 In Maryland: Zero COVID Related Deaths For First Time Since October 2020Maryland reported 42 new COVID-19 cases and zero deaths Sunday as over 73% of all adults in Maryland have now received one dose of the vaccine.
Blood Donations Needed As US Faces Severe Shortage, Red Cross SaysThere is a severe blood shortage in Maryland and across the nation, and donors are needed.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Almost 73% Of Adults Have Received 1 Shot Of VaccineMaryland reported 86 new COVID-19 cases and five more deaths Friday. Hospitalizations slightly increased. 
90% Of Maryland Seniors Vaccinated Against Covid-19Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced Friday that 90% of the state's seniors, residents aged 65 and up, have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine. 
Delta Variant Will Likely Become Dominant Covid-19 Strain In US, CDC Chief SaysThe Delta variant of Covid-19 is expected to become the dominant strain in the United States, and it's further reason why people need to ramp up the vaccination pace, said the director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Coming Flu Season May Be Severe. Here's WhyThe coming flu season may be a doozy.
Poor Sleep Linked To Dementia And Early Death, Study FindsOlder adults who have significant difficulty falling asleep and who experience frequent night awakenings are at high risk for developing dementia or dying early from any cause, a new study finds.
Maryland Department Of Health Launches Campaign To Raise Awareness Of PrediabetesThe Maryland Department of Health launched its "Know Your Risk" campaign to raise to encourage Marylanders to assess their risk for prediabetes. 
COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 3.2M Marylanders Fully VaccinatedMaryland reported 79 new COVID-19 cases and three more deaths Thursday as hospitalizations continue to decrease.