The first federal mobile vaccination units in the country will soon be coming to Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Gov. Larry Hogan and the Federal Emergency Management Agency announced Monday. Two mobile sites will bring COVID-19 vaccines to Maryland residents that live in remote areas or are socially vulnerable within eight different counties, according to a FEMA news release. “We continue to expand our vaccine distribution network to maximize points of distribution in every jurisdiction, which will now include the nation’s first federally-operated mobile vaccination units,” said Hogan in a news release.
First FEMA mobile vaccination units rolling into Maryland
March 30, 2021