U.S. Moves To Make Antiviral Drug More Available Against COVIDThe White House on Thursday announced more steps to make the antiviral treatment Paxlovid more accessible across the U.S. as it projects COVID-19 infections will continue to spread over the summer travel season.
Baltimore City Health Commissioner Concerned About Rising COVID-19 CasesAt this very moment, the United States is approaching a very grim milestone of one million deaths due to COVID-19.
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.
Event Planners Prepare For Artscape Preview In September 2022Artscape event planners say the popular outdoor festival will bounce back from the pandemic in 2023.
Local Legislation Takes Aim At E-ZPass ProblemsThere is a new bill making its way through Annapolis that may help those struggling with E-ZPass problems.
What We Know About BA.2 -- Now The Dominant Cause Of Covid-19 In The USMost predictions about BA.2 in the US haven't been dire.
Where The US Stands On Covid-19 Vaccines For Children Under 5
Moderna Seeks Green Light For Vaccinating Toddlers And Young ChildrenModerna hopes to get the green light from the Food and Drug Administration “in the coming weeks” to give the youngest population a low-dose COVID-19 vaccine.
Baltimore Community Reacts After Test Assessments Show COVID-19 Pandemic Impact On Learning in MarylandThe Maryland State Board of Education presented data on Tuesday that showed how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted students in the state.
Study Shows Harassment Prompted Some Health Officials To Resign During The PandemicA new study shows an uptick in the harassment of health officials during the initial phase of the pandemic.
Pandemic 'Not Over Yet,' But Possibly In End Phase, Epidemiologist SaysMaryland’s case rate, positivity rate, and hospitalizations are all at their lowest points in more than eight months, per the Maryland Department of Health.
People's Convoy Truckers Make Protest Pit Stop In HagerstownTruckers from across the nation converged on the Hagerstown Speedway to protest COVID-19 mandates on Saturday.
How Should You Decide Whether To Keep Wearing A Mask? Dr. Leana Wen Weighs InAccording to new CDC metrics, nearly 70% of the United States population resides in areas where masks are no longer required.
Baltimore's Mayor Terminates Indoor Mask MandateOn Wednesday, the City of Baltimore dropped its indoor mask mandate.