BALTIMORE - The Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA) remains fully operational during the COVID-19 State of Emergency with no interruption to the agency’s mission serving consumers and the state’s insurance industry.
“Like many government agencies and private employees across our state and country, we have primarily shifted to telework to protect our employees, their families and the people we serve,” said Commissioner Al Redmer, Jr. “But I’m very proud of the resilience of our team. We continue to fulfill our duties, efficiently and effectively, in this time of crisis – a time when health insurance issues, in particular, are at the forefront.”
Since Governor Larry Hogan implemented mandatory telework for Maryland state government employees on March 13, the Maryland Insurance Administration’s activity has remained robust:
“These numbers are just a sampling of the work the Maryland Insurance Administration continues to do each and every day,” Redmer said. “MIA employees remain dedicated to serving the citizens of Maryland.”
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