COVID-19 continues to pose a challenge for our country. Together we can do more to protect our health and ensure we're better prepared for any future pandemics.
The Latest on COVID-19
Statement: 1 million Americans dead from COVID-19
STATEMENT: President Biden’s new COVID-19 plan should help curb rampant spread of delta variant
What You Can Do
Tell Congress to approve additional funding for COVID-19 response
PIRG urges Congress to approve COVID-19 funding
Another winter during COVID-19: How to stay safe and sound
NURSING HOME SAFETY DURING COVID: CASES & VACCINES
Nursing home safety during COVID: Cases and Vaccines
Federal vaccine mandate for nursing homes will save lives
The costs of the digital divide are higher than ever. Repair can help.
Millions of Americans stand on the wrong side of the digital divide. It’s time we fix that.
2021 Legislative Session: Public Interest Victories and Losses
This year there were hundreds of policies discussed which could safeguard public health, protect consumers in the marketplace, transform our energy and transportation systems, remove toxic threats, stop wasteful spending, revitalize our democracy, and protect Maryland’s environment.
Statement: As CDC director says, it’s not time to lift restrictions
COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations have jumped back upward as several governors across the country are lifting restrictions that curb the spread of the virus.
New report: Maryland lagged behind nation in getting nursing home COVID-19 cases down after mass vaccinations
BALTIMORE -- Despite a sharp national drop in coronavirus infections in nursing homes in December, Maryland did not see such a decline until January. As mass vaccinations rolled out across the state and country, new cases dropped between Dec. 20 and Feb. 7 by 53 percent in Maryland, below the national average of 83 percent and one of the worst performances in the nation.