ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has announced some added COVID-19 vaccination initiatives to better get shots into the arms of the unvaccinated.
The governor outlined the “No Arm Left Behind” initiatives Wednesday. He says it will involve all state agencies and a variety of private companies. Hogan says Maryland has administered more than 4 million vaccines. He says 82% of people over 65 have been vaccinated, and more than 55% of people over 18 have been vaccinated.
With a growing number of places to get shots, Hogan says demand is still high, but the state is having to get more creative to use its vaccine supply.
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