“The problem here is two things: It’s the rollout and it’s the lack of vaccines we have to administer,” Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott told C4 and Bryan Nehman Tuesday morning. “We need to allow local health departments to be the lead on this because they know how to reach individuals,” Scott said. “They have the connections, they run clinics for flu vaccines.” Scott said local health departments are getting doses, and being told week by week what they’re getting, but private pharmacies can see up to three weeks out.
Scott: ‘We need to allow local health departments to be the lead’
February 10, 2021