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2 county-run vaccine sites ending operations in Prince George’s Co. – Washington, District of Columbia

Washington, District of Columbia 2021-05-21 14:28:59 –

Prince George’s County, Maryland, states that oversupply is the main reason for ending COVID-19 vaccination efforts at two sites, Cheverly and Laurel, and shutting down operations.

Prince George’s County, Maryland, states that oversupply is the main reason for ending COVID-19 vaccination efforts at two sites, Cheverly and Laurel, and shutting down operations.

Vaccinations at the Cheverly Health Center will end at the end of Friday and Laurel-Beltsville Senior Activities will no longer be vaccinated after the end of May 28th.

Those who plan to vaccinate from any of these sites will be automatically rescheduled for bookings at Wayne K. Curry Sports and Learning Complex and will be notified of the changes over the phone.

“Vaccination of COVID-19 has never been easier as the supply of vaccines exceeds national demand. Dr. George L. Askew, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer, Prince George’s County Health Department, said. It states as follows.

The county-operated vaccination efforts will continue on three mobile sites: a sports and learning complex and a technology and recreation complex in the southern region.

Anyone over the age of 12 can get the vaccine from these sites.


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