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There are many people that have few to no symptoms while they are infectious with the virus. It is therefore advised that we all wear a mask or other similar nose and mouth covering in public. If we all cover up to prevent infecting others, we can reduce the viral spread. see link to make your own facial covering.

Face Shields adding benefit JAMA article

Information and updates related to COVID–19 can be found on the Center for Disease Control’s website (CDC) (

Also local information can be found at the County website

Health Department Coronavirus Line 410-313-6284

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Maryland Endocrine recommends you get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as it’s available to you.

  • The vaccines that we’re recommending have been approved for safe use.
  • Vaccine distribution will occur in phases, with those at highest risk in the earliest phases.  We will not have the vaccine in our office until it is available to the general population.
  • Practice social distancing, wear a mask properly outside your home, wash your hands frequently, and follow your state and local recommendations.
Alert Notice


Due to changes in telemedicine policies we are only able to conduct telemedicine visits if the patient is in the state of Maryland at the time of visit.  All patients outside Maryland will need to come to in office visits due to these changes.  Please note this when scheduling your appointments.

See link to how the COVID vaccine works : video. Check out your health department website for surveys and updates for vaccine sign up when available. If you do not see your county listed please use your search engine to find your local health department information. Maryland COVID link

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