MD Governor Larry Hogan Announces Expansion of COVID- 19 Vaccine Booster Eligibility

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced the expansion of eligibility this morning following a decision by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to approve booster doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for adults. “As the holiday season approaches, with more travel and more gatherings, we are encouraging all Marylanders to...
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News Coverage: Greater Baltimore Committee survey on the effect of COVID-19 on Women in the Workplace

The Greater Baltimore Committee, its Baltimore Women’s Advisory Board and Towson University share findings of a survey they conducted on the effect of COVID-19 pandemic on women in the workplace during a webinar on October 14, 2021. See coverage from the event here: The Baltimore Sun Women in Baltimore area...
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Governor Larry Hogan/Mayor Scott lift COVID-19 restrictions effective July 1

COVID-19 updates
Mayor Scott stressed that Baltimoreans remain civil to everyone regardless of whether they choose to continue or refrain from wearing masks after July 1. 
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Governor Larry Hogan announces timetable for future vaccination phases

COVID-19 updates
On March 23, Maryland will enter Phase 2a, which will allow all Marylanders 60 or older to qualify for the vaccine.
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Gov. Larry Hogan’s March 9 COVID-19 Press Conference

COVID-19 updates
Gov. Hogan has announced that he is removing capacity limits for indoor and outdoor dining at restaurants and bars with seated service, as well as at retail venues.
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BBJ: UMd. is among top online MBA programs, according to U.S. News & World Report

In the online MBA ranking, UMd. tied with Lehigh University, the University of Arizona, the University of Mississippi, University of Washington and the University of Wisconsin in the No. 10 spot.
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Baltimore Sun: Md. counties scramble to coordinate COVID-19 vaccinations as demand soars: ‘We’re trying to figure it out as we go’

Vaccine Newsmaker panelists
“How we get ourselves back to ‘normal’ is to get as many people vaccinated as we can,” said Dr. Anna Durbin, during a virtual event Jan. 19 hosted by the Greater Baltimore Committee.
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BBJ: Health experts urge local businesses to help combat misinformation as vaccine rollout continues

Vaccine panelists
Leaders from Johns Hopkins and UMB told a group of Baltimore business leaders Jan. 19 one of the ways they can help things run more smoothly and efficiently is by being understanding about the complexities and pace of vaccinations.
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