Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan continued to lament a shortage of COVID-19 vaccine doses provided by the federal government as he announced plans Thursday to launch another mass clinic and defended the state’s approach for distribution. The Republican governor announced a number of measures in response to what he says is an improved landscape — lower numbers of cases, positivity rates, hospitalizations and deaths. But Hogan also warned the state is not out of the woods and emphasized the need to ensure vaccine distribution is equitable.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan laments shortage of COVID vaccine; mass vaccine site at M&T Bank Stadium to open Feb. 25
February 12, 2021