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12-17 year olds VAERS data.

Clot shot no good.

https://basedunderground.com/2022/01/14/myocarditis-tops-list-of-covid-vaccine-injuries-among-12-to-17-year-olds-vaers-data-show/


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Governor Hogan Announces Statewide Distribution of 20 Million N95 and KN95 Masks to Marylanders, Six Additional Hospital-Based Testing Sites to Open Next Week

Governor Larry Hogan visited the location of a new state-run COVID-19 testing site at UM Shore Regional Health in Easton and announced the locations for five additional hospital-based testing sites that will open by the end of next week. The governor also announced that the Maryland Department of Health (MDH) will begin distributing 20 million N95 and KN95 masks to Marylanders next week at no cost, through multiple channels, including local health departments, state-run testing and vaccination sites, and nursing homes.

Hospital-Based Testing Sites. Governor Hogan announced a total of six additional locations for hospital-based testing sites, which are on track to be fully operational and open daily, with no appointment necessary, by the end of next week. They include:
UM Shore Regional Health (Talbot County)
TidalHealth (Wicomico County)
Garrett Regional Medical Center (Garrett County)
Holy Cross Germantown Hospital (Montgomery County)
Howard County General Hospital (Howard County)
UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center (Anne Arundel County)
Last week, the governor announced the first 10 locations for hospital-based testing sites.

Distribution of 20 Million N95 and KN95 Masks. To make it even easier for Marylanders to have an extra layer of protection, Governor Hogan announced that MDH will begin distributing 20 million N95 and KN95 masks—which provide additional infection protection compared to cloth and general use face masks—next week. The masks will be distributed through multiple channels including:

Local health departments
All state-run testing and vaccination sites
The Vaccine Equity Task Force, through partnerships with community organizations such as the NAACP
Nursing homes
Maryland state agencies

Twice-Weekly Testing of Staff, Volunteers, and Vendors at Nursing Homes Regardless of Vaccination Status. MDH has issued an order that requires all staff, volunteers, and vendors who are in a nursing home facility regularly, regardless of vaccination status, to be tested for COVID-19 twice a week whenever community transmission is high. In addition, all visitors will need to provide proof of a negative test, or be tested at the facility with a rapid test prior to entering.

As of today, 70% of Maryland nursing homes are reporting positive COVID-19 cases among residents and staff.

The order will go into effect on Jan. 21, and the state will work closely with nursing homes to make all of the necessary testing resources available to them.

Maryland National Guard to Distribute Remdesivir to Nursing Homes. In the coming days, the Maryland National Guard will begin distributing courses of Remdesivir, which is one of the therapeutic treatments believed to be effective against the Omicron variant, to institutional pharmacies that directly serve nursing homes.


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