​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Media Inquiries​

Members of the media should contact the individuals below regarding inquiries for the Department of Health.
Chase Cook
Acting Director of Communications
Email: Chase.Cook@maryland.gov​
Telephone: 410-767-8649


Michael Vojtko
Deputy Director for Content Management
Telephone: 410-387-3999


Public Information Act Requests

Public Information Act requests should be sent to:

Jason Caplan
Public Information Act Coordinator 
Email: MDH.PIA@maryland.gov  
Telephone: 443-604-1857​ 

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Newsroom


Welcome to the Maryland Department of Health online newsroom. On this site you will find information about the latest developments at the Department. Be sure to check this site often for updates, and follow us on social media for timely news.


Press Releases

  
  
Maryland-Department-of-Health-reports-first-cold-related-illness-death-of-the-2022-2023-winter-weather-season12/2/2022
Maryland-Department-of-Health-launches-program-to-reduce-suicides-among-Maryland-service-members,-veterans12/1/2022
Maryland-Department-of-Health-recognizes-National-Prematurity-Awareness-Month-in-November11/29/2022
MDH-releases-RSV-hospitalization-data-dashboard-urges-Marylanders-to-wash-hands11/23/2022
State-of-Maryland-Surpasses-1-Million-Bivalent-Booster-Milestone11/21/2022
More-than-10,000-Maryland-nursing-home-residents-COVIDReady-with-bivalent-booster11/18/2022
MDH-launches-RSV-resource-webpage,-urges-Marylanders-to-take-precautions,-get-flu-and-COVID-vaccines11/10/2022
MDH-recommends-Marylanders-get-COVID-bivalent-booster-and-flu-shots-(“Flooster”)-for-best-protection-by-Thanksgiving11/2/2022
PHOTO-RELEASE---Maryland-Department-of-Health-announces-$1-million-for-Vision-for-Baltimore-partnership11/1/2022
Maryland-Department-of-Health-announces-human-monkeypox-related-death10/21/2022
Maryland-Department-of-Health-urges-Marylanders-to-get-annual-flu-shot-and-COVID-booster10/18/2022
Maryland-Department-of-Health-updates-COVID-19-dashboard-to-report-bivalent-booster-uptake10/17/2022
Hogan-administration-announces-$80-million-for-Maryland-hospitals,-skilled-nursing-facilities,-and-Medicare-Advantage-plans10/14/2022
Marylanders-5-and-older-now-eligible-for-bivalent-COVID-19-boosters-so-Maryland-families-can-stay-COVIDReady10/13/2022
Maryland-Primary-Care-Vaccine-Program-surpasses-500,000-COVID-shots-administered-10/12/2022
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