When the COVID-19 pandemic swept into Maryland, health departments scrambled to set up testing centers where people could go to get swabbed for the viral infection. The sites often had long lines but were open most days. After vaccines for the coronavirus became available, many of those sites transitioned into inoculation centers that also offered testing, but many of those sites scaled back or closed as more and more Marylanders got vaccinated.
COVID surge calls for more testing, but options are now more difficult to come by in Maryland
December 14, 2021