Md. Health Officials Provide Guidance Through Infant Formula Shortage


Marylanders who have difficulty locating infant formula can find guidance and assistance through several ways. “MDH is working with federal, state, local, and community partners to ensure Maryland families with newborns and infants have the information they need regarding options during this national formula shortage and recent recalls,” Maryland Department of Health Secretary Dennis Schrader…

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Md. To Distribute 500,000 At-Home Test Kits For COVID-19


Maryland plans to distribute half-a-million take-home COVID-19 test kits. The Maryland Department of Health said this week that kits will be made available free of charged through local health departments. Caroline County, for example, will have the at-home tests available at the local public library or at two community food pantries. Each kit contains two…

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FEMA Vax Trailers To Serve Eastern Shore


The nation’s first federal mobile COVID-19 vaccination units are coming to the Eastern Shore. Under a plan announced Monday by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, appointments will target people who live in remote areas or are considered socially vulnerable. Appointments to get the shot will be made through the local…

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