A strong message from Gov. Larry Hogan Thursday.
During a news conference, he said demand for the COVID-19 vaccine will continue to exceed supply “for the foreseeable future.” The state is not getting enough doses to vaccinate the more than 2 million Marylanders who are eligible.
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“They can’t schedule an appointment for a vaccine that does not yet exist,” Gov. Hogan said. “The basic problem is pretty simple: we need more damn vaccines.”
The governor said 785,170 total COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in the state.
Source: CBS Baltimore
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