Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott are in a war of words over COVID-19 vaccines. The controversy started Monday when Mayor Scott asked the governor to reserve some doses at the two state-run mass vaccination sites in Baltimore for city residents. “Half of the doses that are given at those sites should go to the folks who live in that jurisdiction,“ Mayor Scott said at the time.
Baltimore Mayor, Gov. Hogan Clash Over Available COVID Vaccine Doses For City Residents
March 1, 2021