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Harford to begin focusing on second doses of COVID-19 vaccinations in February; first doses dependent on supply

February 4, 2021

Harford County health officials signaled that administering second doses of the coronavirus vaccine would be a priority in February, with first-dose appointments still being scheduled as dictated by the supply of vaccines. Speaking before the Harford County Council Tuesday, County Health Officer David Bishai said 24,069 county residents have been vaccinated in total, and about 8,563 got their first doses from the county health department in January.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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