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One year after its first coronavirus case, Harford County trying to secure its fair share of COVID-19 vaccines

March 9, 2021

On the one-year anniversary of the first coronavirus case being reported in Harford County, its top elected official said Monday that his jurisdiction wasn’t receiving its fair share of the COVID-19 vaccines from the state. In a statement, Harford County Executive Barry Glassman said that the vaccines have been game-changers, “but too many of our residents are still scrambling for appointments” because of vaccine availability, which remains a problem in the state.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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