Maryland health officials say this week the state will pass two million COVID-19 vaccine doses administered. Maryland is now in the middle of the national pack on the vaccination effort, up from last month when the state was among the bottom on population vaccinated. “The demand is there. People are on waiting lists. They’re just not getting the shots. Demand is not the issue. Organization of delivery is the issue,” Sen. Jim Rosapepe said.
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March 17, 2021