Some local leaders say they’re concerned that smaller counties are getting more COVID-19 vaccines than larger counties. Harford County Executive Barry Glassman wrote a letter to the state, saying that vaccines should be distributed based on population. To date, about 17% of Harford County residents have recieved a first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The Maryland Department of Health says that’s above the state average. But Glassman says this percentage doesn’t tell the whole story.
Some Local Leaders Expressing Concerns Over COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution In Maryland
March 10, 2021