Maryland residents who qualify for COVID-19 immunizations should register multiple times, and with multiple providers, for vaccination appointments while supply remains limited, the state’s acting health secretary said Monday. “We encourage people to get on waiting lists,” said Dennis R. Schrader, the acting secretary, during a virtual Maryland Senate committee meeting. He added that people should remove their names from registration lists once they secure an appointment somewhere.
Acting Maryland health secretary says people should register in multiple places for COVID vaccine appointments
February 9, 2021