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  • Maryland Vaccine Equity Task Force Update: April 3, 2021

    No-Appointment Line Opens Tomorrow At Salisbury Mass Vaccination Site
    State To Make Announcements Regarding Further Acceleration Of Vaccine
    Eligibility Phases In Coming Days
    Senior Centers Across the State To Safely Reopen By The End Of April

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  • Maryland Vaccine Equity Task Force Issues Statewide Operations Plan

    First-of-its-Kind Tactical Operations Plan Provides Detailed Framework and
    Methodology for Reaching Vulnerable Communities
    Announces New Community Vaccination Clinic at First Baptist Church in
    Glenarden For Prince George’s County Residents
    Task Force Pursuing Mobile Vaccination Clinics for Western Maryland and
    Eastern Shore

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  • Governor Hogan Announces Opening of Three More Mass Vaccination Sites in March

    Introduces Dr. Robert Redfield as Senior Adviser for Public Health
    100% of Johnson & Johnson Doses Deployed to Providers This Week
    State in Active Discussions Regarding Additional Mass Vaccination Sites
    State Ready to Increase Supply to Providers That Can Administer All Doses Within One Week

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  • Governor Hogan Makes Announcements on Schools, Hospitals, Nursing Homes, and Vaccines

    State Ready to Provide 1 Million COVID-19 Tests to Support School Reopenings
    Limited Visitation to Resume at Maryland Hospitals and Nursing Homes
    Mass Vaccination Site at M&T Bank Stadium to Open February 25
    County Health Departments to Receive Four-Week Vaccine Allocation Projects
    Counties to Appoint Equity Officers, Work With Vaccine Equity Task Force

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  • HEARING ALERT: Tax Relief for Retirees

    “Lifelong Marylanders are moving to other states for one reason: our state’s sky-high retirement taxes. We cannot let this keep happening.”

    -Governor Larry Hogan
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  • HEARING ALERT: The RELIEF Act of 2021

    “We have taken unprecedented executive actions to help those impacted by this pandemic…
    It has made a tremendous difference, but now we need legislative action.”

    -Governor Larry Hogan
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  • Governor Hogan Announces South African COVID-19 Variant Identified in Maryland

    Governor Larry Hogan today announced that state health officials have confirmed a case of COVID-19 caused by the new B.1.351 variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in a Maryland resident. The new variant’s presence in Maryland was confirmed by the Maryland Department of Health in consultation with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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  • Governor Hogan Announces Opening of Mass Vaccination Sites, Expansion of Pharmacy Program

    State-Run Sites to Begin Opening Next Week, Starting With Prince George’s County and Baltimore City
    Vaccinations Expand Next Week to Safeway and Rite Aid in Targeted Areas
    Broader Distribution Network Will Help Supplement Vaccination Efforts in Hospitals and Local Health Departments
    Supply is Extremely Limited: 2 Million Marylanders Are Currently Eligible, State Receives 72K/Week From Federal Government

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  • HEARING ALERT: The RELIEF Act of 2021

    “It is clear to all of us that the primary focus of the 2021 legislative session must be providing additional, immediate emergency relief to the hundreds of thousands of struggling families and the tens of thousands of small businesses that have been impacted by the pandemic.” 

    -Governor Larry Hogan
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  • Governor Hogan Unveils FY22 Budget Focused on Education, Tax Relief, and Economic Recovery

    Immediate Tax and Stimulus Relief for Marylanders; Major Tax Cut for All Maryland Retirees
    Record K-12 Education Funding for Seventh Consecutive Year; Holds Schools Harmless From Declining Enrollment; Record Funding for School Construction, Community Colleges
    Record Funding for Public Health and Safety, Increases Funding for Local Health Departments; Record Funding to Fight Opioid Epidemic
    Fully Funds Chesapeake Bay Restoration Efforts for Sixth Consecutive Year; Fully Funds Program Open Space and Land Preservation Programs
    Structurally Balanced For Seventh Consecutive Year; Limits Budget Growth Without Raising Taxes or Cutting Services

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  • Governor Hogan Announces Expansion of COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility for Marylanders 65 and Over

    State Activates Phase 1B to Officially Begin January 18
    State Will Make 50,000 Doses Available to Providers Next Week for Elderly Populations
    Announces Pilot Program with Giant and Walmart Pharmacies
    State Prepares to Launch Mass Vaccination Sites
    Announces Additional Support for County Health Departments
    Health Order Authorizes Out-of-State Practitioners to Administer Vaccines

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  • Governor Hogan Announces $1 Billion Emergency Stimulus and Tax Relief Package

    RELIEF Act of 2021 Provides Direct Stimulus Payments for 400,000 Marylanders, Sales Tax Credits for 55,000 Small Businesses
    Repeals State and Local Income Taxes on Unemployment Benefits
    RELIEF Act Will Be Introduced as Emergency Legislation, Brings Total State Relief to $1.7 Billion

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  • Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Arrives In Maryland This Week

    State Has Now Allocated 191,075 Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Doses
    Enough Doses Allocated to Vaccinate 90% of Front Line Hospital Staff
    Nursing Home Staff and Resident Vaccinations Expected To Begin In Coming Days

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  • Home For The Holidays: Governor Hogan Announces New Travel Orders, $180 Million More in Economic Relief

    Issues Emergency Order With New Testing and Quarantine Requirements For Travel
    State Health Officials Issue Advisory to Limit Gatherings of More Than 10 People
    State Agencies to Suspend Customer-Facing Operations for Two Weeks
    Additional Relief Includes Help for Bars and Restaurants, Boost to Temporary Cash Assistance Benefit
    Governor Will Seek Larger Stimulus Package During Legislative Session

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  • Governor Hogan Announces Additional COVID-19 Health and Economic Relief Initiatives

    Signs Executive Order to Provide Emergency Tax Relief to Small Businesses
    Forgives $75 Million in Small Business Loans
    Commits $25 Million for Low Income Housing, $12 Million for Rental Housing Works Program
    Announces $94 Million In New Grants and Investments for Diabetes Treatment and Prevention
    Announces $10 Million for Victim and Youth Services, Law Enforcement

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  • Governor Hogan Announces Launch of All-Hands-on-Deck COVID-19 Compliance and Enforcement Operation

    Maryland State Police Launching Joint Operation with Local Law Enforcement, Deploying ‘High Visibility Compliance Units’ Across the State Throughout the Holidays
    New 24/7 Phone Line to Support Local Compliance Teams, Expanded COVID-19 Prevention Hotline
    MEMA to Send Statewide Wireless Emergency Alert on Wednesday Evening
    Maryland Department of Health Launches New Unified Statewide Public Health Campaign

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  • Governor Hogan Announces Staff Appointments

    Chris Shank to Return to Administration as Director of External Affairs and Interagency Initiatives
    Shareese Churchill Promoted to Deputy Director for Interagency Communications

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  • Governor Hogan Announces Series of Actions to Slow the Spread of COVID-19

    New Directives Reduce Indoor Dining Capacity to 50%, Restore Mandatory Teleworking for Government Employees
    Public Health Advisories Limit Indoor Gatherings to 25 or Less, Expand Warnings on Out-of-State Travel
    Emergency Health Order Expands Hospital Surge Capacity
    New Guidance for Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Facilities

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  • Governor Hogan: Maryland Prepared For Fall COVID-19 Surge, Warns Against Complacency

    “Just Wear The Damn Masks”: Statewide Masking Order and Travel Advisory Remain in Full Effect
    State Continues to Expand Testing, Maintains Hospital Surge Capacity Plan, Contact Tracing Force, and 60-Day PPE Stockpile
    With Small Gatherings Driving New Cases, Marylanders Cautioned to Celebrate Holiday Season Safely

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  • Governor Hogan: Every County School System Now Fully Authorized to Begin Safely Reopening

    State Superintendent Urges School Systems to Reevaluate Mode of Instruction at the End of the First Quarter
    Announces $10 Million to Help Systems Move Toward In-Person Instruction
    Maryland Department of Health Issues New Benchmarks to Guide School Reopenings
    Health and Safety Precautions Must Remain in Place, School Systems Should Work With Local Health Officials to Monitor Trends and Outbreaks

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  • Maryland Reports Another Record Low Positivity Rate, Decline in Hospitalizations

    Seven-Day Positivity Rate Drops to 4.03%, Daily Positivity Rate Is 3.83%
    Total Hospitalizations Decline to 535; 139 ICU Beds In Use
    State Health Officials Continue to Monitor Rising Positivity Rate in Worcester County
    Positivity Rate Above 5% In Five Jurisdictions; Baltimore City’s Positivity Rate At Lowest Level Since July 9
    Nearly 1.35 Million Tests Conducted; 16.4% of Population Tested

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  • Maryland Reports Lowest COVID-19 Positivity Rate Since Beginning of Pandemic

    Seven-Day Positivity Rate Drops to 4.05%, Daily Positivity Rate Also A Record Low of 3.08%
    Total Hospitalizations Are 555; 134 ICU Beds In Use
    State Health Officials Monitoring Rising Positivity Rate in Worcester County
    Positivity Rate Declines In Key Jurisdictions; Montgomery County Drops to Record Low 2.52%
    Over 1.3 Million Tests Conducted; 16.3% of Population Tested

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  • Hogan Administration Uncovers Massive Criminal Fraud Scheme

    47,500 Fraudulent Unemployment Claims Using Identity Theft Totaling Over $501 Million
    Alerted U.S. Attorney and U.S. Department of Labor Office of Inspector General
    Maryland Department of Labor Assisting in Investigation of Similar Fraud Cases In States Across the Country
    Governor Provides Brief COVID-19 Update, Stresses ‘Safer at Home’ Public Health Guidance

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  • Governor Hogan to Unveil ‘Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery’ Next Week

    School Closures Extended to May 15; State Board Will Examine Options for Remainder of the School Year and Summer, Labor to Launch Online Application for Independent Contractors, Self-Employed Marylanders to Receive Unemployment Benefits, State Commits Additional $4 Million to Maryland Food Bank and Capital Area Food Bank, Renews Governors’ Bipartisan Request for Federal Stimulus to Address State Revenue Shortfalls

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  • Governor Hogan Plans Gradual Rollout of Recovery Phase Amid “Very Real Reasons for Hope and Optimism”

    Will Announce Further Detail on Recovery Roadmap Next Week; State to Quadruple Contact Tracing Force to More Than 1,000; Expand Testing Capacity to 10,000 Daily, Enacts Statewide Order Requiring Masks and Face Coverings for Grocery Stores, Pharmacies, Retail Establishments, and Public Transportation, Announces Conversion of Former Washington Adventist Hospital in Takoma Park and Hagerstown Correctional Facility to Field Hospital Sites

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  • Translated COVID-19 Information

    The Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives and its ethnic commissioners are translating FAQs in more than 10 different languages to assist diverse communities.

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  • Hours Expand for Medical, Cleaning Supply Donations

    Disaster relief agencies have extended the operating hours of the four locations around the state to accept donations of specialized medical equipment and some cleaning supplies to support COVID-19 response efforts.

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  • State Board Superintendent Announcement
           

    The Maryland Board of Education has asked Dr. Salmon to accept a new contract which will continue her service through June 30, 2021.

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  • Update on School Closure

    After lengthy discussions with health experts from around the State, I have made the decision along with the State Board of Education to extend the closure of all public schools in Maryland for an additional four weeks through April 24, 2020.

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  • MIA Issues Emergency Bulletin in response to COVID 19

    Insurers, health maintenance organizations, and nonprofit health service plans (collectively, “carriers”) that issue health benefit plans in the State are directed to take steps to ensure that they are prepared to address COVID-19 cases and provide all medically necessary covered health services.

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  • Governor Hogan Hosts Black History Month Reception

    Attendees heard remarks from Baltimore native and noted historian, scholar, and advocate Dr. Larry S. Gibson. In 1972, Gibson became the first African American law professor at the University of Virginia and currently teaches at the University of Maryland School of Law.

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  • A Green 2019 in Review

    Our state witnessed steady progress on the environmental front in 2019, with key milestones and initiatives to protect and restore the health and well-being of all Marylanders.

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