Hogan condemned the attack and emphasized the importance of a peaceful transition of presidential power
A Bloomberg News report last week identified Maryland as among the worst states in the country at administering COVID-19 vaccines.
The conference comes the same week Maryland health care workers received some of the first doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine.
The state reactivated the National Guard to help with vaccine distribution, Gov. Hogan announced Tuesday.
Pfizer’s vaccine is set to make its way to 24 Maryland hospitals.
The governor did not announce new coronavirus restrictions.
"It is absolutely critical that we continue to fight this virus with everything we got.”
Prior to this amendment, the bill only applied to future ROTC graduates who die between commissioning and their first assignment.
State hospitalization metrics rival those in April — and the first batch of vaccines could come this month.
State officials are hoping to bring on several thousand new hospital workers in the coming weeks.