Booster vaccines available + statewide disaster declaration
Hello, Laurier! Here’s everything you need to know to get a good start on Tuesday.
First, the weather forecast for the day:
Partly cloudy all day. High: 81 Low: 53.
Here are the three best Laurel stories today:
- COVID-19 vaccine booster shots are now available in CC, Maryland and Virginie. According to OMCP, both in DC and in Maryland, all you have to do is self evaluation that you need a reminder. This means no evidence is needed to get the third dose. According to the DC Health Department, this will help ensure there are no additional barriers to getting the vaccine. (WTOP)
- Governor Larry Hogan recently called for a presidential declaration of disaster for the state of Maryland following tornadoes and severe flash floods caused by the remains of Tropical depression Ida. He designated the Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) as the national demand coordination agency. Governor Hogan also requested that the Risk Mitigation Grants Program be made available to the 24 state courts. (Maryland.gov)
- Taken into action by COVID challenges, a to agree of together personal service providers accelerates the tendency to move away from the employment of people developmental disorders in separate groups, and instead bring them into the community usually to work. According to Dale verstegen, senior research associate for TransCen Inc., COVID prevented People with Disabilities of gathering in Traditional collective employment centers. He said that now the pandemic has pushed human service providers to rethink new ways to accommodate people with disabilities in traditional workplaces. (Public information service)
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- Due to the ongoing Covid-19 public health emergency and the onset of influenza season, in Prince George County and the Town of Laurel, the Council of Election Supervisors (Council) chose to proceed with a hybrid election for the next general election. * Please Note: Masks will be required for all in-person votes and in accordance with all Prince George County and Town of Laurel restrictions and CDC guidelines. (Town of Laurel)
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– Alexis Göring
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