Prince George’s County officials apologized Saturday for a vaccine rollout they acknowledged has been plagued with technological difficulties and promised changes in its scheduling system to tackle a long wait list. On a tele-town hall with more than 48,000 residents in attendance, County Executive Angela D. Alsobrooks (D) said flaws in how second-dose appointments were scheduled, a state website that frequently crashes and low vaccine supply have all contributed to the slow rollout in Prince George’s. The Washington suburb has recorded, by far, the most coronavirus cases of any jurisdiction in Maryland.
Prince George’s officials apologize for vaccine rollout, promise improvements
February 15, 2021