Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Sites Open In Maryland FridayMaryland's first two mass COVID-19 vaccination sites opened Friday at the Baltimore Convention Center and Six Flags America.
COVID-19 In Maryland: February 5, 2021 (Morning Update)COVID-19 In Maryland: February 5, 2021 (Morning Update)
Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Sites Set To Open In Maryland FridayMaryland's first two mass COVID-19 vaccination sites are set to open Friday at the Baltimore Convention Center and Six Flags America.
Howard County Educators Begin Getting First Dose Of COVID-19 VaccineHoward County’s health department is rolling out COVID-19 vaccinations for educators to speed up the return to school, but there are not enough doses to go around.
COVID-19 In Maryland: February 4, 2021 (Evening Update)COVID-19 In Maryland: February 4, 2021 (Evening Update)
HealthWatch: New System Could Help Doctors Treat Parkinson's DiseaseA high-tech monitoring system could help doctors treat Parkinson's disease.
COVID-19 In Maryland: February 4, 2021 (Noon Update)COVID-19 In Maryland: February 4, 2021 (Noon Update)
HealthWatch: Lack Of Sleep Could Lead To More Depressive SymptomsNot getting enough sleep could lead to more depressive symptoms for older adults, according to a new study.
Baltimore City Schools Delay Expanded In-Person Learning To MarchBaltimore City Schools will not expand its optional in-person learning until the first two weeks of March 2021.
COVID-19 In Maryland: February 3, 2021 (Noon Update)COVID-19 In Maryland: February 3, 2021 (Noon Update)
2 Montgomery County Residents Test Positive For South African COVID-19 VariantTwo Montgomery County residents have tested positive for the South African COVID-19 variant, according to health officials.
CVS To Offer COVID-19 Vaccine At 18 Maryland PharmaciesCVS To Offer COVID-19 Vaccine At 18 Maryland Pharmacies
UMD Study Says People Who Survived COVID-19 May Only Need One Dose Of VaccineUMD Study Says People Who Survived COVID-19 May Only Need One Dose Of Vaccine
COVID-19 In Maryland: February 2, 2021 (Evening Update)COVID-19 In Maryland: February 2, 2021 (Evening Update)
HealthWatch: College Football Players More Likely To Get Concussions During PreseasonCollege football players are more likely to suffer concussions during pre-season practices than during the regular season, a new study says.
COVID-19 In Maryland: February 2, 2021 (Noon Update)COVID-19 In Maryland: February 2, 2021 (Noon Update)
COVID-19 In Maryland: February 1, 2021 (Evening Update)COVID-19 In Maryland: February 1, 2021 (Evening Update)
HealthWatch: COVID-19 Pandemic Brings 53% Drop In Heart SurgeriesHealthWatch: COVID-19 Pandemic Brings 53% Drop In Heart Surgeries
Youth Sports Allowed To Resume In Baltimore County Beginning Monday With COVID-19 Protocols In PlaceYouth athletes will be able to suit up for amateur sports beginning Monday in Baltimore County.
HealthWatch: Pregnant Women With Serious COVID-19 Symptoms At Greater Risk Of DyingA new study finds pregnant women with serious COVID-19 symptoms are at a greater risk of dying than non-pregnant women with the same symptoms.
Baltimore City Will Also Lift 10 P.M. Curfew On Restaurants And BarsBaltimore officials confirmed to WJZ that they will follow the governor's emergency order to lift the 10 p.m. curfew on bars and restaurants in the city starting Monday.
Johnson & Johnson Single-Dose Shot 66% Effective In Preventing COVID-19, Less Than Some OthersJohnson & Johnson's long-awaited vaccine appears to protect against COVID-19 with just one shot – not as strong as some two-shot rivals but still potentially helpful for a world in dire need of more doses.
COVID-19 In Maryland: January 29, 2021 (Noon Update)COVID-19 In Maryland: January 29, 2021 (Noon Update)
Maryland Bars, Restaurants Can Stay Open Past 10 P.M. Beginning Monday, Gov. Hogan SaysBeginning Monday, bars and restaurants in Maryland will be able to stay open past 10 p.m., a reversal of a move made to slow the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Larry Hogan's office said Thursday.

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