Maryland tightens grip on regs as COVID-19 surges

The following stats caused Gov. Hogan to tighten the regulations governing capacity in business and public venues to curb the case count: The largest number of Maryland cases were reported on 11.17.20 at around 2,149 cases.* The number of days where there were more than a 1,000 cases was 13. * The state remained atContinue reading “Maryland tightens grip on regs as COVID-19 surges”

Frederick County’s Mask Mandate and other changes!

According to the segment by NBC Washington News there is now a mask mandate in Frederick County both indoors and outdoors where a six foot distance cannot be maintained. This matter on late Thursday night by the Frederick County Health Department. In addition to this we got a definition of what the capacity limits areContinue reading “Frederick County’s Mask Mandate and other changes!”

Thoughts on Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine

It looks like more than just the CEO of Pfizer is happy about the news (he sold a lot of stock to celebrate) that a study conducted by them showed that their vaccine candidate was more than 90% effective. This is welcoming news in a world that is tired of the pandemic and the effectContinue reading “Thoughts on Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine”

Flu vaccine

While you wait for your COVID-19 shot, get your flu shot! Flu is a killer too. I got mine at CVS and it was free when I produced my insurance card. People ask me when a COVID vaccine’s going to be ready, I always reply with do you take the flu shot every year? BecauseContinue reading “Flu vaccine”

Drinking beer in Downtown Frederick on a Sunday!

Idiom and Steinhardt Breweries in downtown Frederick are separated by a wall! There are over 17 breweries in Frederick County, the two breweries I visited are separated by a wall and it’s a 10 second walk to each other. One word of caution if you decide to go to either of these breweries, park acrossContinue reading “Drinking beer in Downtown Frederick on a Sunday!”