Tag Archives: Maryland covid-19 response

Two Md. hospitals offered COVID-19 vaccinations to board members

Anne Arundel Medical Center is one of two Maryland regional hospital groups that has offered COVID-19 vaccines to its board members. (The Daily Record/File Photo)

Amid a distribution crisis that has left Marylanders struggling to access the COVID-19 vaccine, two regional Maryland hospital systems have offered vaccinations to their board members — a move that abides by the state’s prioritization standards, according to health and ...

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Md. House version of virus relief aid becomes ‘anti-poverty’ measure

Del. Eric Luedtke, D-Montgomery and chairman of the revenues subcommittee, said lawmakers were focused on targeted relief and called the bill "the largest anti-poverty bill in state history." (The Daily Record/File Photo)

The Maryland House Ways and Means Committee unanimously approved a pandemic aid bill that expands payments to low-income Marylanders and exempts some who received unemployment benefits from state income taxes. Changes to the bill first proposed by Gov. Larry Hogan are ...

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Md. lawmakers line up for COVID-19 vaccinations

In this Monday, July 27, 2020 file photo, a nurse prepares a shot as a study of a possible COVID-19 vaccine, developed by the National Institutes of Health and Moderna Inc., gets underway in Binghamton, N.Y. On Thursday, Dec. 17, 2020, a panel of independent experts is meeting to discuss a vaccine made by Moderna. The panel's review for the Food and Drug Administration is the next-to-last step before the agency decides whether the shots can be used on an emergency basis.

ANNAPOLIS — The vast majority of lawmakers received the coronavirus vaccine this week as members of the House of Delegates prepare to return to full floor sessions in early February. Lawmakers, eligible under state and CDC guidelines, received COVID-19 vaccinations ...

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