Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott called on the state Tuesday to expand access to coronavirus vaccinations for people who live and work in the city as Maryland prepares to open its first mass vaccination site in the city. In a letter sent to Gov. Larry Hogan early Tuesday night, Scott called on the governor to reserve daily vaccination appointments for more than 15,000 older adults who have expressed interest in a city appointment, teachers at city schools, judges and court staff, and any other eligible city residents who have struggled to get an appointment for the first dose of the vaccine.
Baltimore mayor calls on Maryland to schedule more vaccine appointments for city residents
February 2, 2021