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EMS Responds to COVID-19

On January 4, 2022, Governor Hogan signed a Declaration of Proclamation of State of Emergency and Existence of Catastrophic Health Emergency, and issued Governor's Order 22-01-04-02, "Augmenting the Emergency Medical Services Workforce." Order 22-01-04-02 remains effective until the state of emergency has been terminated and the proclamation of the catastrophic health emergency has been rescinded, or until rescinded, superseded, amended, or revised by additional orders.

Actions taken by the State EMS Board and the Executive Director of the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services System (MIEMSS) under Order 22-01-04-02.

MIEMSS actions taken under Governor's Order 20-03-19-03, "Augmenting the Emergency Medical Services Workforce."

The EMS Board and MIEMSS issued nine Public Notices taking action under the additional authority granted by Governor Hogan in his emergency orders. Under Governor Hogan’s “Termination Roadmap” (Order 21-06-15-01), these orders expired August 15, 2021, unless otherwise noted. The  nine Public Notices, along with additional detail, can be found on the Documents Page under "MIEMSS Actions During COVID-19."

Maryland Medical Protocols

EMS Protocols

Protocols for EMS, effective Aug 1, 2020.

Governor Hogan and Lt. Governor Rutherford
Human Trafficking
National Human Trafficking Hotline -- 24/7 Confidential
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For more information on human trafficking in Maryland click here.

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