VIDEO | Hogan: ‘Just Get The Damn Vaccine’

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Maryland will implement new vaccination protocols for state employees who work in congregate settings as the Delta variant now accounts for nearly all of the state’s new COVID-19 cases. Governor Larry Hogan said employees of 48 state facilities will be required to show proof of vaccination or to adhere to strict face covering requirements and…

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Md. Announces $3-M Vax Project

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The Maryland Department of Health is now accepting applications from community based organizations for the Community COVID-19 vaccination project. $3-million in all will be awarded to fund community-focused strategies for increasing confidence in the coronavirus vaccine and to reach more residents in vulnerable, underserved and hard-to-reach communities. Awards will range between $50,000 and $250,000, and…

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Md. Extends Vax Eligibility, Picks Up Pace Of Shots

The first Maryland nursing home resident to receive the vaccine was Samuel Cushing. He is accompanied by Donna Jones, Director of Nursing, who was among the first staff members to be vaccinated.
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Maryland has entered phase 2B of its COVID-19 vaccination plan, which expands eligibility for the vaccine to anyone age 16 or older with underlying medical conditions that increase the risk of severe COVID-19 illness. Also now eligible to receive the shot are Marylanders 16 or older with disabilities who receive SSI or SSDI benefits, Maryland…

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Md. Expands Vaccine Network, Awaits More Supplies

The first Maryland nursing home resident to receive the vaccine was Samuel Cushing. He is accompanied by Donna Jones, Director of Nursing, who was among the first staff members to be vaccinated.
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Maryland is building up its network of coronavirus vaccine services, including mass vaccination clinics and expansion of pharmacy partners. Governor Larry Hogan, during a news conference Tuesday, said the state is now getting about 72,000 doses a week from the federal government, while two-million Marylanders are already eligible for vaccination. “The truth is that this…

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