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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The Daily Record: Baltimore rolls back one-hour dining limit and other restrictions

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Several COVID-19 restrictions in Baltimore will be rolled back at the beginning of next week, including a one-hour limit to indoor dining that was put in place in January.
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Gov. Larry Hogan’s Jan. 26 COVID-19 Press Conference

COVID-19 updates
The primary obstacle for the state is the extremely limited supply of vaccines that are being produced by the CDC and federal government.
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Gov. Larry Hogan calls on Md. schools to return to in-person learning by March 1

COVID-19 updates
Governor Hogan called on all county school systems to immediately make every effort to return to hybrid, in-person instruction by March 1, 2021, if not sooner.
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Hopkins and UMB health care professionals discuss vaccine development and distribution

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The panelists all stressed the safety of the available vaccines and noted the importance of continuing to communicate with the Black and Latinx communities.
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Don Fry Commentary in TDR’s Eye on Annapolis: Pandemic recovery and the state’s competitive edge

With the COVID-19 pandemic threatening the health of Marylanders and disrupting the economy, the 2021 session of the Maryland General Assembly is shaping up to be unique and challenging.
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Starbucks expands initiatives to advance opportunity, equity and inclusion in the communities it serves

By 2025, the Starbucks Community Resilience Fund will invest $100 million to advance racial equity and environmental resilience by supporting small business growth and community development projects in neighborhoods with historically limited access to capital.
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Gov. Larry Hogan’s Dec. 15 COVID-19 Press Conference

COVID-19 updates
To assist in the distribution of vaccines, Gov. Hogan is re-activating the Maryland National Guard to provide logistical support with planning and operations and to provide assistance at distribution points.
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