Tag: Dr. Jinlene Chan
The state has given the green light for health care providers to begin vaccinating young children against the novel coronavirus, Gov. Larry Hogan confirmed Wednesday.Read More
While Maryland’s COVID-19 vaccination metrics are better than that of most states with about 84% of residents partially vaccinated and about 60% fully vaccinated-significant outreach and education must be a continued priority as about 900,000 Marylanders still are unvaccinated, Deputy Health Secretary Dr. Jinlene Chan told MarylandReporter.com on Wednesday.Read More
Due to rapidly declining coronavirus positivity rates and improved vaccination metrics this weekend the state will lift all capacity restrictions on entertainment venues and dining establishments, Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday.Read More
With declining coronavirus positivity rates and vaccines becoming more readily available it is time for Maryland’s students to return to their classrooms, Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday.Read More
The first installment of Maryland’s coronavirus vaccines will reach all of the state’s hospitals and nursing homes within the next two weeks, Deputy Health Secretary Dr. Jinlene Chan said Tuesday.Read More
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