West Baltimore GoVax Clinic Saturday Provides COVID-19 Vaccines, Booster ShotsAs the Delta variant continues to fuel the rise in COVID-19 cases in Maryland, vaccines clinics were held across Baltimore Saturday to meet people where they are in the community, address vaccine hesitancy and provide access to those interested in rolling up their sleeves.
In Letter To Biden, Hogan Calls For Approval Of Vaccines For ChildrenNow that the Maryland-based FDA has fully approved the Pfizer vaccine, the state Department of Health hopes the move will be a boost to its vaccine operations.
Montgomery County Residents With Compromised Immune Systems Can Get Third Booster COVID-19 ShotResidents with compromised immune systems can get a third additional shot of either the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines at several locations in Montgomery County, including county-run clinics, the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services announced Friday.
CDC Says Heart Issues Related To Covid-19 Vaccine Are Very RareThe CDC reports the second dose of the COVID 19 vaccine is having heart issues in some patients. Most are men, between the ages of 12-30 and doctors say the condition is extremely rare, often correcting itself without treatment.
Baltimore City Health Officials Says They Will Encourage Vaccinations For Young PeopleThe Baltimore City Health Department said that they will promote COVID-19 vaccinations in young people aged 12 through 15 following the confirmation of ACIP's approval of the FDA authorization for the Pfizer vaccine.
What Parents Need To Know About COVID Vaccines For Preteens, Teens As FDA Expected To Give Pfizer OKTeenagers may be next in line to get the COVID-19 vaccine. The FDA is expected to approve the Pfizer shot for children ages 12 to 15 by next week.
NIH To Study Allergic Reactions To COVID-19 Vaccine By PfizerScientists are trying to learn more about why there's a few cases of allergic reactions to the Pfizer vaccine.
Baltimore Dry Ice Company Helping Healthcare Facilities Store Pfizer's COVID-19 VaccineThe Pfizer coronavirus vaccine that is now being distributed across Maryland has a unique temperature requirement.