On Friday March 12, the Western Maryland Delegation discussed the unemployment and impact of COVID-19 in the region. Unemployment claims have skyrocketed since the pandemic began in 2020. With that there has been over $10.3 billion given out in both state and federal benefits. Unfortunately, there has been some fraudsters including out-of-state claims and in-state … Continue reading Western Maryland Delegation
This afternoon, Governor Hogan gave an update on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout and the phases we are in. Today, the Maryland moved into Phase 2A of the Vaccine Rollout. This allows for all Marylanders, age 60 and up, to be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. The state has administered over 2.2 million doses of the … Continue reading Governor Hogan’s COVID-19 Update
Today, Governor Hogan gave an update to the COVID-19 vaccine distribution. The Governor is introducing new ways to distribute the vaccine. The Governor stated that the state is introducing a pilot program that will allow primary care doctors to vaccinate their patients. There is also going to be mobile vaccination done by the Maryland National … Continue reading Governor Hogan’s COVID-19 Vaccine Update
With the passing of the American Rescue Plan Act, Senator Ben Cardin's office has passed on to our office (and others) the State and Local Guide. It is included below and gives detail to the amount money being allocated to jurisdictions, funds, grants, vaccine distribution, and many other things. Allegany and Washington Counties themselves are … Continue reading The American Rescue Plan Act
Below is a report by the Maryland Department of Health showing the distribution of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. It is broken down amongst multiple data points.
Below is the weekly update on the data in reference to the COVID-19 vaccination around the State of Maryland. There have been over 1.6 million doses administered since they have begun to be distributed. Check out the slides below to view the full report.
Today's press conference by Governor Hogan on the COVID-19 pandemic was a little different than normal and it brought some good news. As of 5 pm Friday, large outdoor venues, such as Oriole Park at Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium, can open to 50% capacity and all indoor dining can open to full capacity … Continue reading Governor Hogan’s Lifting Some Restrictions
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For immediate release: March 1, 2021PermalinkContact: Shareese Churchill 410-974-2316State of Maryland to Deploy Single-Dose Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Beginning This WeekANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan today announced that, following approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the State of Maryland will begin to deploy the single-dose Johnson & Johnson … Continue reading Update Regarding the COVID-19 Vaccine
Maryland providers have administered 1,306,944 total doses of COVID-19 vaccines, and 93.8% of all first doses received from the federal government. The state is averaging a new record of 34,228 shots per day.Official data is posted daily at coronavirus.maryland.gov.On Saturday, the Food and Drug Administration approved a third safe and effective vaccine—one that is made right here in Maryland. State health officials are awaiting … Continue reading Weekly Update on the GoVAX Campaign