The fourth episode of the CHHS podcast “Hotwash,” featuring CHHS Public Health Program Director Trudy Henson and Senior Law & Policy Analyst Christine Gentry is now available. In this episode, Trudy and Christine switch it up a bit for a game show edition, where Megan Timmins, CHHS’ Associate Director, helps us learn Emergency Management and […]
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The Washington Post profiled three CHHS staff members in an article about the individuals across the country working behind the scenes to light a path through the darkness of the COVID-19 pandemic. The piece highlights the work of: Lisa Crow, Recovery Program Director Maggie Davis, Senior Law and Policy Analyst Netta Squires, Senior Law and […]
CHHS Program Director Trudy Henson joined the Maryland State Bar Association on Monday, May 4th for a webinar on issues relating to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The webinar is intended to provide crucial information to lawyers and law firms looking to resume normal operations. Video:
In this episode, Christine and Trudy talk to about the World Health Organization in context of COVID-19. Note: Shortly after this episode wrapped, Florida and Georgia issued executive orders.
Join CHHS Public Health Program Director Trudy Henson, and Senior Law & Policy Christine Gentry for a talk to about the World Health Organization in context of COVID-19. Episode 2 of the is now available on our podcast page. Hotwash 3 Transcript
The University of Maryland School of Public Health interviewed two CHHS staff members, Kimberly Stinchcomb, MPH, CPH and Clark J. Lee, JD, MPH, CPH about the work they are doing to respond to the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic in Maryland. Kimberly graduated from the School of Public Health in 2016. Clark graduated in 2014. Kimberly is […]
In this episode, Christine and Trudy talk to Maggie Davis, Senior Law & Policy Analyst, about the extraordinary measures governors are taking to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus in the U.S., including some of the ways states are addressing their own unique concerns.
Join CHHS Public Health Program Director Trudy Henson, and Senior Law & Policy Analysts Maggie Davis and Christine Gentry for a discussion on Governor’s emergency powers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Episode 2 of the is now available on our podcast page. Hotwash Episode Two Transcript
CHHS is pleased to present an up-to-date spreadsheet, summarizing the actions of each of the 50 United States (and the District of Columbia) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The table will be updated as new information becomes available. What we are tracking: Emergency declarations State-at-home orders School closures Closures of non-essential businesses Limitations on […]
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