Hogan Announces Another Vaccine Rollout for College Students; Walk-In Slots Available

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced several new initiatives Wednesday to encourage more people to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, such as opening vaccination clinics at senior centers, reserving appointments for college students and allowing walk-ins at mass vaccination sites. The initiatives are part of a new program, “No Arm Left Behind,” aiming to

Virginia to Again Require Job Search for Unemployment Aid

Virginia residents receiving unemployment benefits once again will be required to look for jobs starting in early June, state officials said. The announcement was made Tuesday by the Virginia Employment Commission, The Associated Press reported. The work search requirement, which had been put on pause during the coronavirus pandemic, will be reinstated for the week

D.C. Shoots Down Church’s Request for Vaccinated-Only Section

A D.C. church’s attempt to cordon off a vaccinated-only section during its service to get around social distancing requirements was nixed by city health officials. Capitol Hill Baptist Church requested setting up the section for people who have been fully vaccinated if they could prove their vaccination status, BarredinDC.com first reported. However, D.C. officials denied