Maryland residents receive first shots of new COVI...
By Capital News Service | September 7, 2022 | COVID-19, News | 0 |
Del. Cox’s conspiratorial Covid lawsuit shot...
By Walter Olson | June 1, 2022 | Commentary, COVID-19 | 0 |
Homeschooling, private school enrollment increase ...
By Capital News Service | March 8, 2022 | COVID-19, News | 1 |
Understanding PSAOs in our fight against Omicron
By Peter Kounelis | January 27, 2022 | Commentary, COVID-19 | 0 |
Opinion: Vaccine passports are behind the curve in...
By Marc King | January 21, 2022 | Commentary, COVID-19 | 2 |
Moore on COVID-19 resurgence: ‘We are going to follow the science’
by Bryan Renbaum | October 20, 2022 | COVID-19, Election | 0 |
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wes Moore said if he is elected and is forced to deal with a harsh coronavirus resurgence this upcoming winter his administration will “follow the science” and make decisions without political considerations when crafting a plan to respond to the outbreak.Read More
Maryland residents receive first shots of new COVID-19 vaccine
by Capital News Service | September 7, 2022 | COVID-19, News | 0 |
By Shannon Clark ANNAPOLIS – Maryland residents are trickling into pharmacies across the state for...Read More
Del. Cox’s conspiratorial Covid lawsuit shot down: Hogan did not overstep use of emergency health powers in the pandemic
by Walter Olson | June 1, 2022 | Commentary, COVID-19 | 0 |
Del. Cox has taken his claims of Hogan malfeasance to the courtroom, too. And that’s why it should not pass without notice that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, in an unsigned May 9 ruling without oral argument, upheld the dismissal by federal judge Catherine Blake of a Cox lawsuit claiming that Hogan had overstepped the law and the constitution in his use of emergency health powers in the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More
Homeschooling, private school enrollment increase as public enrollment decreases during COVID pandemic
by Capital News Service | March 8, 2022 | COVID-19, News | 1 |
But in the spring of 2020, the face of education changed drastically throughout the United States as the COVID-19 pandemic spread throughout the country. The MHA anticipated increasing numbers of homeschooling parents, but the 53.6% increase that came was “unprecedented,” Keener said.Read More
Understanding PSAOs in our fight against Omicron
by Peter Kounelis | January 27, 2022 | Commentary, COVID-19 | 0 |
While we all have high hopes for the new year, our country and state remain in the throes of COVID-19. The new omicron variant has spread quickly across Maryland, dominating total caseloads and setting hospitalization records.Read More
Opinion: Vaccine passports are behind the curve in this pandemic
by Marc King | January 21, 2022 | Commentary, COVID-19 | 2 |
Leave it to the Montgomery County Council and County Executive to be behind the curve! Currently pending before the council is a proposal to mandate a Vaccine Passport for gaining entrance and service in designated business across the county.Read More
Elrich: ‘COVID cases are surging’ at levels comparable to early in the pandemic
by Bryan Renbaum | December 29, 2021 | COVID-19, News | 0 |
Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich said Wednesday that he is very concerned about the rapid rise in COVID-19 cases in both the jurisdiction that he leads and throughout Maryland.Read More
Top 10 stories of 2021: COVID-19 restrictions lifted, landmark police reform becomes law
by Bryan Renbaum | December 28, 2021 | COVID-19, News | 0 |
This year also saw the General Assembly pass landmark police reform legislation over Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto, which added fuel to ongoing debates between the administration and Democratic lawmakers about how to address violent crime in Baltimore City.Read More
COVID-19 hospitalizations in the state have exceeded 1,500
by Bryan Renbaum | December 23, 2021 | COVID-19, News | 0 |
The additional measures include the prioritization of hospital beds for COVID-19 patients and others who are critically ill, the adjustment of capacity limits, the redeployment of staff, and the reduction of elective procedures.Read More
Elrich: Holiday season could exacerbate the COVID-19 surge
by Bryan Renbaum | December 22, 2021 | COVID-19, News | 0 |
Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich Wednesday said he is concerned that the recent COVID-19 surge could get even worse over the upcoming holiday weekend and urged residents to follow recommended safety protocols so as to help limit the spread of the virus.Read More
Maryland adds 8,400 jobs in November: Unemployment decreases to 5.4%: Labor report
by Bryan Renbaum | December 18, 2021 | COVID-19, News | 0 |
Maryland’s economy gained 8,400 jobs in November and the state’s unemployment rate decreased from 5.7% to 5.4%, according to preliminary data released by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics on Friday morning.Read More
COVID-19 is on the rise again. So are hospitalizations. How bad might things get?
by Bryan Renbaum | December 16, 2021 | COVID-19, News | 0 |
Gov. Larry Hogan recently announced a series of additional measures to address the rise in hospitalizations. They include improved coordination between the state and its hospitals to come up with emergency plans and the establishment of a Surge Operation Center.Read More
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