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DC, Prince George’s Co. expand COVID-19 vaccine rollout; Montgomery Co. holds off for more supplies – Washington, District of Columbia

Washington, District of Columbia 2021-01-15 21:40:03 –

DC and Prince George’s County, Maryland have begun booking more coronavirus vaccines. Meanwhile, Montgomery County said it had not received enough supplies to move forward.

DC and Prince George’s County, Maryland are increasing reservations for coronavirus vaccines, but Montgomery County said it has not received enough supplies to move forward.

From Monday, Prince George’s County administrator Angela Alsobrooks said residents of the counties covered by Phase 1b could make reservations to take shots.

These include people over the age of 75, people in life support facilities, teachers and educational staff from kindergarten to high school, and day care centers. Reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis.

Montgomery County administrator Mark Elrich said his county did not receive enough supplies to complete vaccinations for people in Group 1a.

“We will start vaccination with priority group 1B as soon as possible while continuing to vaccinate with priority group 1A,” Elrich said on Friday.

The district health department said that starting Saturday, approximately 4,309 reservations will be available to residents aged 65 and over and / or wards 1, 4, 5, 7, and 8 working in the medical setting.


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