Hogan: Decision To Vaccinate Children Up To Parents; Baltimore City, Neighboring Counties Announce Appointments, ClinicsThe state is initially getting about 180,000 child-sized doses, but Governor Hogan said the state expects further vaccine allotments in the coming weeks.
Marylanders May See Delay In Getting Unemployment Benefits But Will Not See Gap In Eligibility, Labor Department SaysMarylanders relying on unemployment benefits amid the COVID-19 pandemic may see a delay in getting their money but will not see a gap in eligibility as the latest federal relief law takes effect, the state's labor department said Thursday.
What's Open: Elk Neck Shooting Range Reopens After Some Coronavirus Restrictions Lifted In MarylandThe Elk Neck Shooting Range reopened Thursday after Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan lifted some coronavirus restrictions across the state.
Baltimore Health Department Launches Campaign To Eliminate Lead Poisoning In ChildrenWhile the City Health Department has long been working to reduce the poisoning, it launched a new campaign Wednesday to try to get more children tested for lead.
State Health Officials Urge Md. Residents To Take Precautions Against West Nile VirusState health officials are urging Maryland residents to take precaution to protect themselves from mosquitoes which could be carrying diseases like the West Nile Virus.
Study: Marylanders' Health Is Improving---But There's A Long Way To GoA freshly released study shows the overall health of Marylanders is improving.