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COVID-19 in Maryland - page 4

Maryland’s hospitals are nearly full, and staff are facing extreme burnout and illness, the state’s hospitals warned on Tuesday.

microscopic view of virus that causes COVID-19

The omicron variant has given Maryland policymakers a chance to do the right thing this time around.

Unionized corrections workers said Monday that they are facing staff shortages and dangerous conditions in state detention facilities.

House of Delegates meets on chamber floor

In spite of soaring COVID-19 infections, the General Assembly’s pandemic safety protocols are much different than they were in 2021.

Ten new hospital-based COVID testing sites will open by the end of next week, with another 10 on the way after that.

Senators grilled Department of Health Secretary Dennis Schrader following a report that vaccine doses had been mishandled.

While Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) issued a state of emergency, he said he would not be mandating statewide masking.

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) implemented new orders Monday, with plans to announce further emergency measures later this week.

heavily protected health care worker prepares to enter COVID patient's room

Maryland has reported its highest yet daily new case count, as hospitals in the state reach never-before-seen numbers of hospitalized COVID-19 patients.

More than 400 Marylanders have died from COVID-19 since early December, according to data released from the Department of Health on Tuesday. The information…