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COVID-19 in Maryland

Lessons

Sixteen million people of working age in the U.S. suffer with long COVID and of those, from 2 to 4 million people were unemployed in June and July.

SNAP Maryland Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program benefits

As the pandemic began, the rolls of Marylanders seeking food stamps swelled by 35%.

COVID-19 booster shots are on track to become as frequent as the annual flu shot, though high-risk people may need more than one dose…

The CDC recommended boosters from Pfizer-BioNTech for those who are 12 years old and older and from Moderna for those who are 18 and older.

Anthony Fauci, one of the federal government’s leading public health figures, announced Monday he’ll be leaving his post in December, though he made clear…

Digital Divide

At the most basic level, all students need to have computers and stable internet connections.

The annual survey added categories specific to how state health care systems performed during COVID-19 from February 2020 to the end of March 2022.

State and local health departments remain in limbo over whether they’ll need to single-handedly fund their own COVID-19 vaccines and treatments as a stalemate…

Two federal agencies are expected to rule next week on making two sets of vaccines available to young children.

The Biden administration is preparing to ship out millions of COVID-19 vaccines for children under 5 in the coming weeks, likely ending months of waiting for parents and caregivers.