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Maryland governor to update COVID-19 vaccine distribution

Hogan to update COVID-19 vaccine distribution Tuesday afternoon

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan plans to provide an update on COVID-19 vaccine distribution at 5 p.m. Tuesday. Watch it live on WBAL-TV 11, WBALTV.com/nowcast, the WBAL-TV app and the WBAL-TV Facebook page.|| Coronavirus updates | Maryland’s latest numbers | Where to get tested ||As of Monday, Maryland Department of Health data indicated 65,692 vaccinations have been administered in the state to date.The 11 News I-Team reported last week that Maryland health officials said 20% of the federal allocations of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines have been used, in part, because not all of the vaccine has arrived. Health officials said there is also a lag in reporting the number of vaccinations given.More than half of the first batch of Pfizer vaccines that arrived in Maryland during the week of Dec. 14 went to nursing homes.Maryland COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan organized by priority phasesThe COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan laid out by the governor comes in four stages:Phase 1A will include health care workers, long-term facility care staff and first responders.Phase 1B will include people with higher risk and/or underlying conditions and adults in congregate settings.Phase 2 will make the vaccine available to people in other critical essential infrastructure settingsPhase 3 will make the vaccine available to the general population.Once the state reaches Phase 3, the vaccine will be given like a flu shot at a pharmacy, clinic or doctor’s office.Maryland draft vaccination plan details | Vaccine Data DashboardMaryland vaccination plan FAQs

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan plans to provide an update on COVID-19 vaccine distribution at 5 p.m. Tuesday. Watch it live on WBAL-TV 11, WBALTV.com/nowcast, the WBAL-TV app and the WBAL-TV Facebook page.

|| Coronavirus updates | Maryland’s latest numbers | Where to get tested ||

As of Monday, Maryland Department of Health data indicated 65,692 vaccinations have been administered in the state to date.

The 11 News I-Team reported last week that Maryland health officials said 20% of the federal allocations of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines have been used, in part, because not all of the vaccine has arrived. Health officials said there is also a lag in reporting the number of vaccinations given.

More than half of the first batch of Pfizer vaccines that arrived in Maryland during the week of Dec. 14 went to nursing homes.

Maryland COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan organized by priority phases

The COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan laid out by the governor comes in four stages:

  • Phase 1A will include health care workers, long-term facility care staff and first responders.
  • Phase 1B will include people with higher risk and/or underlying conditions and adults in congregate settings.
  • Phase 2 will make the vaccine available to people in other critical essential infrastructure settings
  • Phase 3 will make the vaccine available to the general population.

Once the state reaches Phase 3, the vaccine will be given like a flu shot at a pharmacy, clinic or doctor’s office.

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