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State needs mask mandate

January 5, 2022

State and local officials are scrambling desperately to cope with the latest surge of COVID-19 viral infections that have swept like wildfire, overwhelming our health care systems. But they missed chances to address the crisis sooner, which might have helped slow the spread of the virus. On Tuesday, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan declared a 30-day state of emergency and mobilized 1,000 members of the Maryland National Guard to help state and local health officials.

Article Source: Frederick News Post

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