We’ll continue to do our part to protect and maintain the beautiful suburban, rural and urban character that makes Baltimore County such a unique and special place.
Today, I spent the morning volunteering alongside the amazing residents of the Dulaney Valley Improvement Association to help clean up our county. It’s so great to see many of our residents making Baltimore County a cleaner and safer place to live, work and raise a family.
I was grateful to join volunteers from Student Support Network at Parkville High School today to distribute boxes of food and other essential items to those in need.
Many thanks to all those who continue to give back and help meet this moment.
Organizations like Student Support Network are on the frontlines, and their continued service and efforts are vital in this time of crisis.
They deserve all our support as we work together to close the gap of food insecurity and alleviate hunger.
Hunger is a hidden crisis that has been made worse and become more visible by the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. No one should have to live with the fear and insecurity of not knowing where their next meal will come from, especially families with children.
As more folks continue to get vaccinated every day, we can see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Let’s continue to hold line by doing all of the good things we’ve done to get to this point.
Tomorrow marks the one-year anniversary of the first confirmed #COVID19 case in the state of Maryland.
At every turn, we’ve met this historic moment with resiliency, unity, strength and a steadfast belief in a brighter future.
While it is unclear which specific locations will receive the doses and how many, the governor’s office announced that state health officials will direct the vaccine to mass vaccination sites, hospitals, health departments and community health centers. https://www.baltimoresun.com/coronavirus/bs-md-maryland-johnson-and-johnson-covid-vaccine-20210301-dcb7ite3svekxhjkkqfdcte25q-story.html
The state of Maryland has been initially allocated 49,600 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine — 100 percent of which will be deployed to providers this week.
To every Baltimore County resident who has joined our fight over the last year:
Thank you for showing that when we fight COVID-19 together, we we can beat it together.
Thank you for simply doing what’s needed to be done during these trying times. We will get through this.