Gov. Larry Hogan said Maryland will not see an increase in the level of COVID-19 vaccine supply for the next two weeks. It follows a conversation with White House officials Tuesday. Hogan said once supply increases, Maryland will consider expanding vaccine appointments to the next eligible group and opening more mass vaccination sites around the state.
Hogan: COVID Vaccine Supply To Remain The Same For 2 Weeks Before Surging In April
March 17, 2021