Maryland 's Mask Policies Are Shifting—But Not For EveryoneMasks will no longer be required inside Maryland's state buildings starting on Feb. 22.
Ahead Of Return To Classroom, Scott Announces 100K Tests, 80K Masks Will Be Given To City SchoolsWith students set to return to the classroom, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott on Wednesday said the city will give 100,000 tests and 80,000 masks to Baltimore City Public Schools.
Ahead Of Thanksgiving, University Of Maryland Medical System Experts Offer Advice For Safe Holiday TravelUniversity of Maryland Medical System experts say it's still important to take precautions against COVID-19, such as wearing a mask in public indoor spaces and getting tested before travel.
Maryland Board Of Education To Review School Masking Requirement TodayToday, the State Board of Education will review it's statewide mask mandate in a virtual meeting.
Maryland Board Of Education To Review School Masking Requirement Tuesday, Nov. 16The Maryland State Board of Education will host a special virtual meeting Tuesday, Nov. 16 to review the state's emergency school mask requirement.
Maryland School Board To Reconsider Universal Mask Mandate In DecemberAs vaccination rates go up in schools across the country, the question now is: when can masks come down?
Doctors Say Trick-Or-Treating Is Safe For Children This HalloweenWith COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths dropping nationwide, doctors say trick-or-treating is one of the activities this fall that we can really engage in with lots of layers of protection against COVID-19. 
Researchers From University Of Maryland's School Of Public Health Find COVID-19 Variants Are Becoming More AirborneA new study from the University of Maryland finds COVID variants are actually more airborne.
As Schools Reopen, Experts Say Quarantines Are Still Necessary To Stop The Spread Of COVID-19Millions of children are back in the classroom for the new school year, but most aren't vaccinated yet. With children now accounting for more than a quarter of weekly COVID-19 cases nationwide, many communities are turning to a familiar public health tool: quarantines.
Johns Hopkins Launches New Online Dashboard Tracking Behavior Around COVID-19The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health on Monday launched a new dashboard tracking how people around the world feel about COVID-19 vaccines, masking and other pandemic protocols.
Baltimore County Schools Officials Answer Parents' Questions About COVID ImpactsThe Baltimore County public school system is one of the districts in Maryland that started the 2021-2022 school year this week. On day two of the new school year, Superintendent Darryl Williams and other school leaders provided an update on the transition back into the classroom for tens of thousands of students.