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Maryland To Receive $90M+ In Emergency Federal Funding For COVID Response

April 30, 2021
More than $90 million is coming to Maryland to help with the state’s COVID-19 response. The emergency federal money will reimburse Maryland for a wide range of response and mitigation efforts. That money will also help local health departments and emergency response personnel. Maryland has already received more than $560 million in emergency federal funding to help support the state’s COVID response and vaccine rollout.

 

Article Source: WJZ

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