The Daily Record: Wen warns Baltimore business leaders COVID lockdown lifting too soon

Dr. Leana Wen
Former Baltimore Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen said she believes orders to reopen businesses throughout the nation are coming too soon and could negate gains made in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. Continue reading
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FOX45: Proposed bill would give hazard pay to essential workers in Baltimore City

There's a plan for a new law in Baltimore City that would mandate hazard pay for some of the people working during the pandemic. Continue reading
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Baltimore Sun: Baltimore City Council bill would require essential businesses pay workers premium during pandemic

The Baltimore City Council wants businesses to pay essential employees a premium for working during the pandemic, a measure that proposes to put an extra $10 to $25 per shift in people’s wallets. Continue reading
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The Daily Record: Will Md. end up with a patchwork of pandemic rules?

The leaders of Maryland’s four largest jurisdictions are indicating that they may not line up with all of Gov. Larry Hogan’s plans for easing pandemic restrictions, raising the possibility that a patchwork of rules may exist from one community to the next. Continue reading
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CareFirst donates 600 weekly meals, partnering with Maryland Food Bank to help those in need

CareFirst is teaming up with the Maryland Food Bank and Aramark to provide food for our homeless, seniors and those who are critically ill. Continue reading
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TEDCO’s Seed Fund Invests $200K in NewConnect, LLC

TEDCO, Maryland’s economic engine for technology companies, announced April 29 that NewConnect, LLC, a Bethesda-based provider of high speed internet access to commercial buildings and enterprises, received a $200,000 investment from its Seed Fund.    Continue reading
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BBJ: City panel approves ‘spy plane’ agreement, allowing surveillance planes over Baltimore

Last fall, the Greater Baltimore Committee called for the pilot program to be implemented. Continue reading
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4 ways businesses are encouraged to prepare for the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

As cases of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) are rising across the country, the business community continues to be impacted by the disease. Continue reading
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