Over 82% of seniors in Maryland and over 55% of adults have received at least one dose
Maryland ranks 12th for immunization of the total population, surpassing the national average in all key categories
Governor to provide update on vaccination campaign at 2:30 p.m. press conference
ANNAPOLIS, MD–Governor Larry Hogan today announced that the state of Maryland has officially passed the milestone of 4 million COVID-19 vaccines administered. The state crossed the bar after releasing a new record on Tuesday for 78,273 doses administered, for a total of 4,069,342 vaccines.
According to official CDC data, 82.2% Marylanders 65 and over, and 55.3% of Marylanders 18 years and older, have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. maryland ranks 12th in the country for the immunization of its total population, and exceeds the national average in all key immunization measures.
Today at 2:30 p.m., Governor Hogan will hold a press conference at State House to provide further updates on Maryland’s COVID-19 vaccination plan. Before that, he will visit a clinic for essential workers at C-Care in Linthicum Heights. The governor’s press conference will be broadcast live on YouTube and Facebook.