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Maryland acting health secretary outlines COVID-19 vaccine allotment to four counties, draws further criticism

February 16, 2021
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Maryland’s acting health secretary on Monday outlined to legislators a two-week breakdown of four counties’ allocation of COVID-19 vaccine in response to questions about local health departments’ declining allotments. But the presentation, intended to provide a more complete picture into the state’s plan, stoked continued criticism of the vaccine rollout. State officials released a list Friday showing how many doses would be allotted to each local health department in the coming weeks, revealing wide disparities and failing to allay concerns over equity.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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