Montgomery County residents will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine at the Montgomery College campus in Germantown by the end of the month, the administration of County Executive Marc B. Elrich (D) announced on Tuesday. County officials said the site will be unlike the state’s existing “mass-vax” locations in that it will be run jointly by the county and the Maryland Department of Health. A short time after the announcement, Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) called the officials’ disclosure “premature.” He said discussions are underway but that no final decision about a Germantown site has been made.
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