COVID-19 In Maryland: 832 Cases, 8 New Deaths ReportedMaryland reported 832 new COVID-19 cases and eight new deaths, according to state health department data released Monday morning.
COVID-19 In Maryland: 985 New Cases Reported, Hospitalizations DeclineMaryland reported 985 new COVID-19 cases and five new deaths, according to state health department data released Thursday morning.
COVID-19 In Maryland: 87% Of Residents 18 And Older Have At Least One Dose Of A COVID-19 VaccineMaryland reported 844 new COVID-19 cases and 15 new deaths, according to state health department data released Wednesday morning.
Maryland Updates Data On Staff Vaccinations At Nursing HomesEight facilities did not submit sufficient data, the health department said.
Maryland Updates Data On Staff Vaccinations At Nursing HomesSix facilities did not submit sufficient data, the health department said.
Over 99% Of Eligible Montgomery County Residents Vaccinated Against COVID-19The next highest vaccinated county by the same metric is Howard County at 93.7%. 
New Pill Could Reduce Risk of Hospitalization, Death From COVID-19, But Experts Say Vaccines Remain Best ToolTheir study shows the pill has cut the risk of hospitalization or death from COVID-19 in at-risk patients by 50%. Still, doctors continue to stress vaccines remain the number one tool in the fight against COVID-19.
'Every One Of Those Deaths Is Unnecessary,' Expert Says Of Rising COVID-19 US Death Toll As Tens Of Millions Remain Unvaccinated
CDC Urges People Who Are Pregnant Or Thinking Of Becoming Pregnant To Get COVID-19 VaccineAccording to CDC data, more than 125,000 pregnant people have had confirmed cases of COVID-19 through Sept. 27, resulting in 22,000 hospitalizations and 161 deaths. Twenty-two of those deaths occurred in the month of August, the agency said.
COVID-19 In Maryland: Cases Jump Over 900, Positivity Rate Remains Flat
95% Of Maryland Seniors Have Received At Least One Dose Of COVID-19 Vaccine, Hogan SaysMaryland has given at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to 95% of the seniors in the state, Gov. Larry Hogan announced on Tuesday.