Glen Burnie VEIP Station Offers No-Appointment COVID-19 Testing, Some Testing Sites Closed For July 4th HolidayThe Glen Burnie Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program (VEIP) COVID-19 testing site is offering no appointment-needed drive-thru testing starting July 1.
Coronavirus Risk At Retirement Community In Rockville, Maryland Health Officials SayMaryland's health department on Friday announced a potential risk of exposure to the new coronovirus at a retirement community in Rockville, Maryland.
Maryland Health Department Reports 29 Flu-Related DeathsMore people have died from the flu in the State of Maryland as the number of people sickened with the virus spikes.
Maryland Health Department Reports Five More Flu-Related DeathsFive more people have died from flu-related illnesses in Maryland this flu season, according to the Maryland Health Department.
3 Children, 17 Adults Have Died From Flu-Related Illnesses In Maryland So Far This Flu SeasonTwo children and 13 adults have died from flu-related illnesses in Maryland this flu season, according to the Maryland Health Department.
Passenger With Flu Like Symptoms Escorted Off Plane At BWI, Did Not Meet Coronavirus Testing CriteriaA passenger who recently traveled to China was escorted off a plane at BWI Airport "out of an abundance of caution," after showing flu-like symptoms.
Proper Handwashing One Of Best Ways To Prevent Cold, FluJust in time for the holidays, flu season is in full swing.
11 Flu Cases Confirmed In Maryland, Health Department SaysIt's officially flu season- and Marylanders are already seeing it spread.
23 Reported Cases Of Severe Lung Illnesses From Vaping, E-Cigarettes In Maryland, Doctors Now Required To Report CasesAs their investigation continues into the 23 reported cases of severe lung illnesses in Maryland, state health officials issue an order requiring all doctors and health care providers, as well as local health departments, to report cases of severe lung illnesses to the state.
20 Illnesses Associated With E-Cigarettes Confirmed In MarylandThe number of severe lung illnesses associated with e-cigarettes or vaping has increased.
20 Cases Of Vaping-Associated Lung Illnesses Reported In Maryland, Health Officials SayPatients report using e-cigarettes or vaping in the weeks or months before the symptoms began.
Md. Health Department Gives Out 58,020 Fentanyl Test StripsThe department bought 66,000 of the kits at $1 each.
Howard County To Provide Free Condoms, STI Testing For All High SchoolsThe state has reported 45,000 cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis, a 10 percent increase from the year before.
Md. Report Shows Big Increase In Drug TreatmentA new Maryland health department report shows a large increase in the number of residents who are receiving drug treatment.