As COVID-19 vaccine supply ramps up and eligibility requirements expand to include more people, Maryland health officials have increased the share of doses allocated to local health departments through at least mid-April. Maryland’s local health agencies have seen their immunization allotment grow 54% overall since the week of Feb. 8, according to the state, with some departments expecting tens of thousands of shots to arrive over the next four weeks. Others have had their shares plateau in the low hundreds.
Maryland Department of Health increases COVID-19 vaccine allocations to local health departments
March 23, 2021