ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has announced steps to speed up vaccinations against the coronavirus.
Hogan said Tuesday that more than 270,000 doses of the vaccine have been distributed in the state over the past three weeks. Hogan says the National Guard will have support teams to expand vaccination capacity starting Wednesday. The governor is issuing an order to require all providers to report data within 24 hours after vaccines have been administered.
He says any facility that has not administered at least 75% of its total first doses may have future allocations reduced until they can prove their ability to meet requirements.
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