Maryland is expecting more than 450,000 doses of coronavirus vaccine as soon as next week as part of an increase in shipment to states from the federal government. State officials are expecting larger shipments at the very same time Maryland and other states are experiencing increased cases and hospitalizations. Acting Health Secretary Dennis Schrader told members of the Senate Vaccination Oversight Work Group Monday that by May the number of doses arriving weekly could approach 560,000.
As more vaccine doses arrive, infection rate going up, too
March 30, 2021