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COVID psychology

  • The city of Baltimore will partner with Johns Hopkins to hold safe reopening seminars for faith leaders. A psychotherapist says if the idea of returning to an office full of co-workers is causing angst, you’re not alone. Plus, Maryland hospitals reach a milestone in administering doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
  • The state launches yet another effort to get more residents vaccinated. City Council members propose a plan to curb illegal dumping in Baltimore. A psychotherapist offers advice on navigating the return to in-person work. Plus: Will Johnny Olszewski run for reelection as Baltimore County Executive, or make a run for governor...and how will his decision affect those who want his job?
  • We’ll hear from a clinical psychologist who asks: After the psychological stress of the pandemic, what will it take for us to unlearn the habit of social distancing? Plus, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski proposes a $30 million funding increase for the county’s school system. And the County Council worries about the noise complaints that might come with expanding live entertainment permits.
  • The list of early voting and polling centers for Baltimore has been approved. Special education students are straining under the challenge of virtual…