Maryland OKs COVID-19 Booster Shots For 'Anyone Who Needs One'Calling federal approval of COVID-19 booster shots “long overdue,” Gov. Larry Hogan on Friday said Maryland will make the shots available immediately to any residents who need them.
Maryland Turns To Nursing Students & Out-Of-State Nurses To Shore Up Hospital WorkforceWith Maryland’s hospitals grappling with staffing shortages, Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday announced the state is taking action to shore up the medical workforce.
Maryland Lawmakers Schedule Hearing To Ratify School Mask MandateThe Maryland General Assembly on Friday announced plans to take up the state school board's proposed mask mandate for public schools.
Maryland Congressmen Press State Labor Officials On Unemployment BenefitsMaryland's congressional delegation on Friday sent a letter pressing state labor officials about issues with the delivery of unemployment benefits to those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Coronavirus Cases Among Young Marylanders Rise More Than 700% In One MonthDoctors in Maryland are seeing more young patients with COVID-19. New infections among people age 0 to 29 have increased more than 700 percent in the past month in Maryland, according to an analysis of Maryland Department of Health statistics.
Maryland Coronavirus State Of Emergency Ends As Cases SpikeGov. Larry Hogan allowed Maryland’s coronavirus state of emergency to expire Sunday despite pleas from some Democrats who wrote to him that it is still needed.
Renters Worried As Maryland's Eviction Moratorium ExpiresAs Gov. Larry Hogan's executive order prohibiting residential evictions is set to expire Sunday with the rest of the COVID-19 state of emergency, families who are struggling to pay rent are left worrying about the future.
COVID-19 State Of Emergency Set To End, Lawmakers Ask Gov. Larry Hogan To ReconsiderGov. Larry Hogan appears ready to let Maryland’s state of emergency from COVID-19 fully expire Sunday as planned, despite urging from some legislators to extend it further due to case increases from a highly contagious variant.
‘If You Don’t, You’ll End Up Killing Yourself’: Maryland Coronavirus Survivor, Once Vaccine-Hesitant, Speaks OutJoy Curbean-Johnson initially did not trust the COVID-19 vaccines. She worried about side effects after a friend had an adverse reaction.
Howard County Schools Mandate Vaccines For StaffAs school systems reevaluate their face covering policies, Howard County will become the first school system in the state to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for its employees.
Maryland Schools Debate Masks for All, Mandatory Vaccine for Teachers; Harford Co. Latest To Require MasksHoward County’s public school system became Maryland’s first to require either vaccines or mandatory testing for all employees.
Baltimore County To Require Masks In Public BuildingsAll people in Baltimore County offices and facilities will be required to wear masks effective Friday, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced Thursday.
Anne Arundel County Schools To Require Face Masks For All StudentsAll Anne Arundel County schools should implement universal masking requirements when they reopen this fall, the Anne Arundel County Health Department advised Wednesday.
Wegmans Asks Shoppers To Wear Face Masks, Even If Vaccinated For COVID-19Wegmans is encouraging all customers to wear face masks in its stores, regardless of vaccination status, the grocer announced Wednesday.
No New Mask Mandate Despite Surge In COVID-19 Cases, Gov. Larry Hogan SaysGov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday that while he is concerned about the Delta variant of COVID-19, he has no plans to reinstate a mask mandate.