Hogan Holds Moment Of Silence For 3 Baltimore Firefighters Who Died In Partial Building CollapseGov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday held a moment of silence before the Board of Public Works hearing to honor the three Baltimore firefighters who died after responding to a fire in a vacant city rowhome that partially collapsed.
COVID-19 In Maryland: State Surpasses 13K Deaths, But Hogan Says Metrics Are Improving From Omicron SurgeMaryland added 2,900 new cases of COVID-19 as hospitalizations once again declined and the statewide positivity rate dipped to 12.57%, according to data released Wednesday by the Maryland Department of Health.
More Than 9K Marylanders Will Receive Student Loan Tax Credit, Hogan SaysMore than 9,000 Marylanders with student loan debt will received tax credits to put toward their balance, Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Nearly 2,400 New Cases As Positivity Rate Drops Below 14%Maryland added nearly 2,400 new cases of COVID-19 as hospitalizations rose slightly and the statewide positivity rate dipped below 14%, according to data released Tuesday by the Maryland Department of Health.
Hogan Signs Executive Order Aimed At Shoring Up Hospital & Nursing Home StaffingGov. Larry Hogan on Monday signed an executive order allowing select nursing students to serve as licensed practitioners, among other measures, as part of an effort to shore up nursing home and hospital staffing.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Hospitalizations Dip To 2,330, Positivity Rate Below 15%Maryland added nearly 2,700 new COVID-19 cases as the statewide positivity rate and hospitalizations continue to fall, according to data released Monday by the Maryland Department of Health.
COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 3K New Cases Reported Sunday As Hospitalizations and Positivity Rate Continues To DeclineMaryland reported 3,678 new COVID-19 cases as the state positivity rate and hospitalizations continued to decrease, according to data released Sunday by the Maryland Department of Health.
COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 4K New Cases Reported Saturday As Hospitalizations Continue To DeclineMaryland reported 4,849 new COVID-19 cases as the state positivity rate and hospitalizations continued to decrease, according to data released Saturday by the Maryland Department of Health.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Hospitalizations Fall To 2,746 & Positivity Rate Hits 17.14%A little more than 2,700 Marylanders are hospitalized with COVID-19 as hospitalizations and the statewide positivity rate continue to fade, according to data released Friday by the Maryland Department of Health.
Gov. Hogan Announces New COVID-19 Testing Centers As Hospitalizations DecreaseHospitalizations in Maryland fell below 3,000 for the first time in more than two weeks, according to Maryland Department of Health data.
First Lady Yumi Hogan Tests Positive For COVID-19, Governor SaysMaryland First Lady Yumi Hogan has tested positive for COVID-19, Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday.
Hogan Praises Declines In COVID Metrics But Warns 'We're Not Out Of The Woods'Halfway into an Omicron-driven state of emergency, Gov. Larry Hogan praised Maryland's declining COVID-19 case rate and hospitalizations but warned residents "we're not out of the woods."
Biden Administration Disputes Claims By Hogan, Other Republican Officials On Availability Of TestsThe White House is disputing the claim made by Gov. Larry Hogan that some states aren't receiving the COVID-19 tests they ordered because of the new federal program to distribute them for free.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Nearly 9,000 New Cases As Hospitalizations Fall Below 3,000-MarkMaryland's COVID-19 hospitalizations fell below the 3,000-mark for the first time since earlier this month as its positivity rate has dipped to 18%, according to data released Thursday by the state Department of Health.
Gov. Larry Hogan Presents Budget, Pledging Tax Relief And Education SpendingGov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday presented his eighth and final budget as executive, pledging $4.6 billion in tax cuts and $8.15 billion for K-12 education while also leaving $3.6 billion into the Rainy Day Fund, reserves the governor said would help the state in its next emergency.