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COVID-19 Vaccinations at Maryland Hospitals, Nursing Homes, and Local Health Departments Continue This Week

Early COVID-19 vaccinations at Maryland hospitals, nursing homes, and local health departments will continue this week as the state allocates an additional 82,800 doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. Phase 1A of the state’s vaccination plan is focused on front line healthcare workers, long-term care residents and staff, and first responders. Through this week’s allocations, local health departments will be able to begin vaccination clinics for first responders, and hospitals will have enough doses to vaccinate all of their critical front line staff. These allocations will also continue the support of CVS and Walgreens as they vaccinate nursing home residents and staff. “This week’s COVID-19 vaccine allocations will allow our first responders to begin getting vaccinated and help keep them safe while they keep us safe,” said Governor Larry Hogan. “This is another important step as we make our way through the initial phase of our statewide vaccination plan.” Maryland’s total allotment from the federal government through this week will include 273,875 doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, including 140,300 doses of Moderna and 133,575 doses of Pfizer. Marylanders are encouraged to visit covidlink.maryland.gov to learn more about the state’s vaccination plan, review safety information about the vaccines, and get answers to frequently […]

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