D.C. officials offered little information Thursday about who will get vaccinated first under the city’s new centralized preregistration system, while Maryland leaders discussed strengthening efforts to make sure Black residents have access to vaccines. Beginning next week, D.C. residents and workers seeking a vaccine will face a different process: They will fill out a form that asks about their age, health condition, address and other information, then wait. When it’s their turn to schedule an appointment, the city will contact them.
Hogan vows to increase Black vaccination rate, while D.C. leaves questions open about who gets priority
March 5, 2021