Maryland will open six mass vaccination sites beginning early next month to help boost the state’s distribution of COVID-19 vaccine, Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) announced on Tuesday. The number of big-name supermarket and drug store chains offering the vaccine will also grow in the weeks ahead, Hogan said. In addition, the governor said the state will make new efforts to get the vaccine into minority and low-income neighborhoods, where vaccination rates have lagged.
Md. to Open 6 Mass Vaccination Sites as Biden Vows More Doses for States
January 27, 2021