• 2

Both Frederick city and the state of Maryland have not yet turned the corner on the COVID-19 pandemic. But those who are affected are getting better more quickly than before. Fewer of them are needing ventilators.

  • 23

This is in response to “Fix the problem and get the shot” by Mr. Berkowitz on Oct. 9. In your reply to my letter you stated, “if you are among the very rare group of people that are medically unable to, then follow your doctor’s advice. But, the vast majority of people can and should get the…

  • 0

WASHINGTON — U.S. health advisers endorsed a booster of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine Friday, citing concern that Americans who got the single-dose shot aren’t as protected as those given two-dose brands.

  • 3

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott wouldn’t want you to mistake his push to forbid private companies and others from issuing vaccine mandates as just another attempt to court conservative voters or tee up a White House bid. His executive order seeking to ban mandates in his state plainly says it’s part …

  • 3

As we enter our second autumn under the COVID-19 pandemic, at least for now, positivity rates and infections appear to be slowing down in many parts of the country where infections were surging not long ago. Let’s hope that positive trend continues. As I write though, the local transmission …

  • 33

I have just read today’s paper (Oct. 1) and cannot believe what I read. How can the county give $1,000 to employees so they will get vaccinated (County to reward vaccinated employees with $1K) and at the same time allow Alive @ Five (Alive @ Five ends on a ‘high note,’ concludes for summer) …

  • 11

This is in reply to Mr. Chaplin’s Oct. 1 letter (“Stop mandating and start governing”). There is a reason for mandates. The mandates about COVID-19 are clear. This is not about you This is a national emergency

  • 2

The battle against COVID-19 can sometimes seem endless, being fought on so many fronts at the same time.

  • 2

Both Frederick city and the state of Maryland have not yet turned the corner on the COVID-19 pandemic. But those who are affected are getting better more quickly than before. Fewer of them are needing ventilators.

  • 23

This is in response to “Fix the problem and get the shot” by Mr. Berkowitz on Oct. 9. In your reply to my letter you stated, “if you are among the very rare group of people that are medically unable to, then follow your doctor’s advice. But, the vast majority of people can and should get the…

  • 0

WASHINGTON — U.S. health advisers endorsed a booster of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine Friday, citing concern that Americans who got the single-dose shot aren’t as protected as those given two-dose brands.

  • 3

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott wouldn’t want you to mistake his push to forbid private companies and others from issuing vaccine mandates as just another attempt to court conservative voters or tee up a White House bid. His executive order seeking to ban mandates in his state plainly says it’s part …

  • 3

As we enter our second autumn under the COVID-19 pandemic, at least for now, positivity rates and infections appear to be slowing down in many parts of the country where infections were surging not long ago. Let’s hope that positive trend continues. As I write though, the local transmission …

  • 33

I have just read today’s paper (Oct. 1) and cannot believe what I read. How can the county give $1,000 to employees so they will get vaccinated (County to reward vaccinated employees with $1K) and at the same time allow Alive @ Five (Alive @ Five ends on a ‘high note,’ concludes for summer) …

  • 11

This is in reply to Mr. Chaplin’s Oct. 1 letter (“Stop mandating and start governing”). There is a reason for mandates. The mandates about COVID-19 are clear. This is not about you This is a national emergency