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.
Maryland acting health secretary outlines COVID-19 vaccine allotment to four counties, draws further criticism
February 16, 2021