Governor Larry Hogan delivered his final State of the State address this week and highlighted accomplishments from his tenure, saying “We changed Maryland for the better,” and that “…we must all learn to live with this virus, not to live in fear of it.”
State of Emergency declared, National Guard activated, 20 new testing sites opening and more COVID-19 updates from Hogan.
Governor Hogan’s press conference included updates regarding the omicron variant, as well as vaccine and booster stats.
New updates regarding COVID-19 vaccinations, boosters and availability for youth under age 12.
With students headed back to school, leaders provided updates at the recent Joint Appropriations and House Ways and Means Committee meeting.
Beginning July 1st, the State of Emergency in Maryland will be lifted and all government restrictions in place due to the pandemic will be rescinded.
Governor Hogan recently vetoed several bills and allowed hundreds of other House and Senate bills to become law without his signature.
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As the world pivoted to telehealth options during the pandemic, legislation from this past session and in the future will provide guidance for providers and patients. Telehealth is here to stay.
Following the CDC’s updates, Governor Hogan is lifting the mask mandate for Marylanders while indoors and outside, with the only exceptions being public transportation, healthcare institutions and schools.
Governor Hogan announced that capacity restrictions will be lifted on all businesses beginning this Saturday, while the mask mandate continues until 70% of all adults receive their first shot. Kids as young as 12 will now also be eligible to receive a vaccine.
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