@jemillerwbal If this data is actually driving MDH’s decision on allocations and what they allege to be an equitable distribution across jurisdictions, there’s no reason they don’t have this data readily available to share with us.
@jemillerwbal I asked for this data from the MD Dept of Health yesterday and requested it be shared with my colleagues on the Senate Vaccine Oversight Workgroup by our next meeting on Monday.
I JUST VOTED—have you? We’re down to the LAST DAY for you to get to the polls! If you’ve already cast your ballot, call your family, friends, and relatives who live in other states to remind them to vote because it's ELECTION DAY!
My quote in today's @baltimoresun on Governor Hogan's South Korean Covid tests pretty much says it all. My colleagues in the @MDSenate will continue pushing for answers and accountability. #mdpolitics
“It’s been a never-ending horror story with these tests. Honestly, at this point, it probably would have been better if these South Korean tests the governor bought had just been empty boxes," says Sen. @ClarenceLamMD.
Congrats to my legislative colleagues @SenatorZucker, @PenaMelnykforMD, @DelGeraldine23A for receiving The Arc of Maryland's Legislator of the Year Awards! It was an honor to be a recipient this year with them!
...because while the Governor keeps touting the new tests he bought earlier this week, he still can’t answer how many of the 400,000 tests he bought months ago for over $10 million have actually been used so far. (2of2) https://thedailyrecord.com/2020/08/27/md-lawmakers-push-to-know-what-happened-to-skorean-tests/
10,000: That’s how many more South Korean tests the State of Maryland could have if Roy McGrath, Governor Hogan’s former chief of staff, hadn’t pilfered a quarter million dollar “severance package” for voluntarily leaving a state agency during a pandemic. But no matter… (1of2)
We’ve instituted universal masking of all employees here at Johns Hopkins for our own protection and those whom we’re caring for, so this mask will be my new best friend for the next few months. Thankful we have #PPEs. #COVID19 #HealthcareHeroes
As a member of the Executive Nominations Committee, I take my responsibility of reviewing appointees seriously, especially after insider deals between UMMS and its board. That’s why I’ve continued to ask questions about what prior board members knew https://www.baltimoresun.com/politics/bs-md-pol-umms-vetting-20200218-7kcfgxeofzew3g2szn5sdxspfy-story.html
5:45pm today: If you're listening to WYPR 88.1 in Baltimore, you'll hear an update on a bipartisan bill that I've sponsored to ban the intentional release (i.e. littering) of balloons https://www.wypr.org/post/balloon-release-ban-rises-rapidly-maryland