Baltimore Business Journal: UMMS CEO: Now is the time for employers to make decisions about vaccine mandates

Dr. Mohan Suntha, UMMS
Dr. Mohan Suntha said the combination of increased cases of Covid-19 and the flu could present a "dramatic challenge" when it comes to the availability of medical resources.
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The Delta Variant — Medical & Legal Considerations in the Workplace

COVID-19
Suntha and Cooperman discussed the impact and characteristics of the Delta variant as well as legal considerations concerning mandating vaccinations, requiring masks and other health safety measures.
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Gov. Hogan Announces Vaccine Mandates for Md. Nursing Home and Hospital Workers

COVID-19 updates
The Maryland Department of Health will now be requiring all Maryland nursing home employees to show proof of vaccination or submit to regular COVID-19 screening and testing effective immediately.
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Greater Baltimore Committee Elects New Board Members

"The new members strengthen an already very strong Board of Directors, and will enhance the Board's private sector engagement in the economic and business recovery following the COVID-19 pandemic and the business competitiveness challenges that affect our region's growth and prosperity," said Don Fry.
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BBJ: CareFirst CEO ‘implores’ businesses to continue remote work, even after economy reopens

CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield CEO Brian D. Pieninck is encouraging Baltimore's businesspeople to continue working remotely "well beyond" when local leaders give clearance to reopen the economy.
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Baltimore City Public-Private Partnership: CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, Johns Hopkins Medicine & University of Maryland Medical System

Baltimore Area COVID-19 Public-Private Taskforce
The Greater Baltimore Committee hosted Baltimore City Public-Private Partnership: CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, Johns Hopkins Medicine & University of Maryland Medical System.
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BBJ: Here’s how Baltimore, Hopkins, UMMS and CareFirst are fighting Covid-19 with data

The Baltimore City Health Department is working closely with some of the largest local players in the health care industry to track and share data that could prove critical in the city's fight against COVID-19.
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