My younger daughter got her ear pierced at the local mall, check out the YouTube video detailing that event.
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”
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!”
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”
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”
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!”