COVID Vaccine Hesitancy Remains Among 18 to 39 Year Olds, CDC ReportsAs Maryland officials continue to encourage vaccinations, a new CDC report shows that some hesitancy remains among adults ages 18 to 39.
Vaccinated Shoppers In Baltimore, Prince George's Can Get Money Off Grocery BillHow's this for a vaccine incentive? In addition to being entered into the state lottery to win cash prizes, some lucky people also are getting a grocery discount.
'It's Exciting But I Still Think It's Important We All Wear Our Masks' | Marylanders React To CDC No Mask AnnouncementFor the first time in over a year, the masks will soon come off.
LifeBridge Health Now Administering COVID-19 Children Ages 12 To 16LifeBridge Health's vaccination center at Northwest Hospital is now administering the COVID-19 vaccine to children ages 12 to 16.
Maryland Health Officials Hold Mobile Vaccination Clinic At Pimlico Ahead Of PreaknessMaryland Department of Health officials visited a mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore on Monday.
Doctors Urge Parents To Catch Kids Up On Other Shots Ahead Of Covid-19 Vaccine RolloutWith Covid-19 vaccinations on the horizon for children ages 12 to 15 in the United States, pediatricians are concerned about the challenge of getting children up to date on their childhood vaccines, and balancing that with scheduling potential Covid-19 shots.
'Don't Be A Scaredy Cat, Get Vaccinated': Maryland Officials Launch Efforts To Help Get Nursing Home Staff & Residents COVID-19 VaccinatedGov. Larry Hogan toured a vaccination clinic in Baltimore Tuesday and announced that the state launched a dashboard to track vaccination rates for Maryland's nursing homes as a part of the "No Arm Left Behind" campaign.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Hospitalizations Down As State Adds 520 New CasesMaryland reported zero COVID-19 related deaths in the past 24 hours. It's the first time since March 25, 2020 that there hasn't been at least one coronavirus-related death reported in the state.
COVID-19 In Maryland: 10 Deaths Reported Sunday As Hospitalizations Continue To DeclineMaryland added 649 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday as hospitalizations and the positivity rate continues to decline, according to information released from the state health department.
COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 2M Residents Fully VaccinatedMore than two million Marylanders are now fully vaccinated against Covid-19 as the state reports declines in both hospitalizations and the positivity rate, according to data released Saturday by the health department.
Maryland's Health Department Expands Primary Care Vaccination ProgramMore than 70 new practices are now offering the shots that brings the total number of active participants to more than 220 statewide.
COVID In Maryland: Hospitalizations Drop Again As More Than 900 New Cases AddedMaryland added 942 new coronavirus cases Friday and 25 more Marylanders have died from the virus.
COVID In Maryland: More Than 1.94M Fully Vaccinated, Hospitalizations Down AgainHospitalizations went down again Thursday as the state's positivity rate remained below 4%.
Pfizer, Moderna Vaccines Reduce COVID-19 Hospitalizations Risk By 94% Among Older Adults, CDC Study Says
COVID-19 In Maryland: Positivity Rate Under 4%, Hospitalizations DropThe statewide positivity rate is under 4% Wednesday for the first time since mid-March . Hospitalizations are also down.