Baltimore City Health Commissioner 'Strongly' Recommends Indoor Masking, But Mandate Has Not Been Reinstated"I am strongly recommending that masks be worn indoors or in public settings regardless of vaccination status," she said.
A New COVID-19 Wave Could Sweep Across Maryland This FallThe new number of COVID-19 cases reported across the state on Monday is the highest it's been since January, and there are more than 250 hospitalizations for the first time since early March, according to data from the Maryland Department of Health.
Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Modelers Do Not Anticipate Big 'Wave,' Despite UptickCOVID-19 cases continue to pile up in Maryland and the state’s positivity rate hovers above 6%. But even as cases rise, risk of serious illness remains low.
COVID-19 In Maryland: 1,845 New Cases Reported, Hospitalizations Increase To 252The seven-day positivity rate for COVID-19 dipped slightly to 5.99%. According to the CDC's COVID-19 Community Levels, all 24 jurisdictions in Maryland still have a "Low" rate of transmission.
Mfume Tests Positive For COVID-19, Says He's Not Experiencing Symptoms"I am fully vaccinated, boosted, and thankful for the robust protection the vaccine has provided," he said in a statement.
Maryland Records 1,900 New COVID-19 Cases For The First Time Since FebruaryFor the first time in three months, Maryland reported more than 1,900 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, according to the latest round of data provided by the state Department of Health.
Here's How Higher Rates Will Impact YouFed officials raised the central bank's benchmark interest rate by half a percentage point on Wednesday, its biggest single move in 22 years.
COVID-19 Cases Rising But Deaths, Hospitalizations Down In Maryland As Pandemic Turns Toward EndemicAs of Tuesday, the CDC reports that 95% of adult Marylanders have at least one dose of a COVID-19 shot.
State Center In Baltimore Expands COVID Services With Clinical Evaluations, Antiviral MedicationThe State Center Vaccine and Testing site has expanded its on-site services to provide testing and treatment for people who have contracted COVID-19, according to clinic personnel.
FDA Officials Say Annual COVID-19 Shots May Be Needed In The FutureBy this summer, "decisions will need to be made" on who should be eligible for additional COVID-19 shots in the fall, and by June, the composition of the vaccines will need to be determined.
Hope On The Horizon As Country Moves Into 'New Phase' Of PandemicWith COVID-19 numbers trending down, many say hope is on the horizon.
Hogan's $200 Million Affordable Housing Package To Create 6,000 Affordable Housing Units In MarylandGov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday that more than $200 million in financing tools and new programs will be made available to create new affordable housing opportunities in Maryland.
Affordable Housing Project Resumes In O'Donnell HeightsMayor Brandon Scott announced that he was restarting Phase 2A of the Key’s Pointe development project in O’Donnell Heights, which was delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maryland Reports 1,000 New COVID-19 Cases For Second Consecutive DayFor the second time in as many days, Maryland reported more than 1,000 new COVID-10 cases on Friday.
Hopkins Uses AI To Develop A Bot That Answers Questions About The COVID-19 VaccineThe Vaccine Information Resource Assistant, or “VIRA,” chatbot allows anyone to access trustworthy, accurate and up-to-date information on the COVID-19 vaccine.