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The Office of GOVERNOR LARRY HOGAN

COVID-19 Vaccine Assistance for Maryland Counties

 

“Distributing and administering vaccines throughout 2021 will be without question the greatest peacetime undertaking in American history, and will be a massive, all-hands-on-deck, ongoing operation between the federal, state, and local governments and the private sector. I want to assure the people of Maryland that we are going to leverage every resource to get more shots into more arms as quickly as we possibly can, in a safe and orderly way.” —Governor Larry Hogan

 

Ongoing Outreach

Governor’s Office

Weekly Calls with Counties & Local Municipalities

 

Maryland Department of Health

Calls with Local Health Officers

 

JUMP TO WEEK OF:
January 4 | January 11 |  January 18 January 25
February 1 | February 8 | February 15 | February 22
March 1 | March 8 | March 15 | March 22 | March 29
April 5 | April 12 | April 19 | April 26
May 3 | May 10 | May 17 | May 24

Week of January 4

Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps 
  • Recruited and allocated 614 volunteers for vaccination clinics across seven jurisdictions, including Cecil, Charles, Montgomery, Queen Anne’s, Somerset, and Wicomico counties, as well as Baltimore City.
  • Additional volunteers will be allocated to Baltimore, Kent, St. Mary’s, and Worcester counties within the next month
MarylandMedNow
  • Allocated four vaccinators each to Queen Anne’s and Somerset counties
Maryland National Guard Mobile Vaccination Support Team
  • Helped the Charles County Health Department administer more than 340 vaccinations and provided vaccinations at a drive-through clinic at the Charles County Regency Stadium
  • Supported the Prince George’s County Health Department by administering more than 150 vaccinations in Cheverly

Week of January 11

Maryland Department of Health
  • Notified local health officers of their allocations on Jan. 9, so that they could begin to schedule their clinics
  • Advised local health officers that they have the flexibility to start using their allocations to vaccinate residents and staff at assisted living programs, independent living facilities, and other congregate living facilities
  • Employed PrepMod, an online clinic management tool, to support local health department vaccination clinics
Maryland National Guard
  • Supported the Prince George’s and Charles County Health Departments with administering vaccinations
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 588 volunteers at vaccination clinics across Baltimore City, Cecil, Charles, and Montgomery counties

 

Week of January 18

Maryland Department of Health
  • Notified local health officers of their allocations on Jan. 15, so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • Over 770 volunteers supporting 10 jurisdictions:
    • Baltimore City: 19 
    • Baltimore County: 3 
    • Cecil: 20 
    • Charles: 4 
    • Frederick: 50 
    • Howard: 100 
    • Kent: 6 
    • Montgomery: 545 
    • Queen Anne’s: 12 
    • Wicomico: 12 
  • By the week of Jan. 25, an additional 50 volunteers are scheduled to begin supporting Prince George’s County, and an additional four volunteers are scheduled to begin supporting Somerset County
MarylandMedNow
  • Vaccinators remain deployed in Queen Anne’s and Somerset counties
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 100 troops are currently supporting Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Charles, Cecil, Prince George’s, St. Mary’s and Talbot county health departments with vaccine administrations. Since Jan. 6, troops supporting these sites have administered over 3,000 vaccine shots.
  • Over 100 troops are currently supporting Anne Arundel and Worcester counties with testing. Troops have also supported testing in St. Mary’s County.

 

Week of January 25

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on Jan. 21.
  • Notified local health officers of their allocations on Jan. 23, so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week.
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 825 volunteers are currently supporting 12 jurisdictions:
    • Baltimore City: 19 
    • Baltimore County: 3 
    • Cecil: 20 
    • Charles: 4 
    • Frederick: 50 
    • Howard: 100 
    • Kent: 6 
    • Montgomery: 545 
    • Prince George’s: 50
    • Queen Anne’s: 12 
    • Somerset: 4
    • Wicomico: 12
MarylandMedNow
  • Vaccinators remain deployed in Queen Anne’s and Somerset counties
Maryland National Guard
  • Soldiers and airmen are currently supporting Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Prince George’s, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with vaccine administration. Since Jan. 6, guard members at these sites have administered over 9,000 vaccine shots.
  • Over 50 MDNG soldiers are supporting COVID-19 testing operations in Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Cecil, Garrett, Montgomery, St. Mary’s, and Worcester counties. These guard members have facilitated over 5,000 tests.

 

Week of February 1

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on Jan. 28
  • Notified local health officers of allocations on Jan. 29 so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
  • Issued a joint memorandum with the Maryland Department of Aging providing guidance for local agencies on aging and health departments to expand vaccination options in independent living communities
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 825 volunteers are currently supporting 12 jurisdictions:
    • Baltimore City: 19 
    • Baltimore County: 3 
    • Cecil: 20 
    • Charles: 4 
    • Frederick: 50 
    • Howard: 100 
    • Kent: 6 
    • Montgomery: 545 
    • Prince George’s: 50
    • Queen Anne’s: 12 
    • Somerset: 4
    • Wicomico: 12 
  • Developing a partnership with Johns Hopkins University to recruit students to assist at the M&T Bank Stadium Mass Vaccination Site. This program is planned for expansion to include other universities and vaccination sites.
  • Developing a partnership with AmeriCorps to efficiently process the large number of Marylanders who have applied for Maryland Responds because they want to assist with the COVID-19 response.
MarylandMedNow
  • Vaccinators remain deployed in Queen Anne’s and Somerset counties
  • Vaccinators are scheduled to assist at the M&T Bank Stadium and Six Flags America mass vaccination sites
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 100 soldiers and airmen are currently supporting Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Prince George’s, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with administering the COVID-19 vaccine. Since Jan. 6, guard members supporting these sites have administered over 14,000 vaccine shots.
  • Over 75 soldiers are currently supporting Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Garrett, Montgomery, St. Mary’s, and Worcester counties with COVID-19 testing. These guard members have facilitated over 13,000 tests.

 

Week of February 8

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on Feb. 4
  • Notified local health officers of allocations on Feb. 6 so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 825 volunteers are currently supporting 12 jurisdictions:
    • Baltimore City: 19 
    • Baltimore County: 3 
    • Cecil: 20 
    • Charles: 4 
    • Frederick: 50 
    • Howard: 100 
    • Kent: 6 
    • Montgomery: 545 
    • Prince George’s: 50
    • Queen Anne’s: 12 
    • Somerset: 4
    • Wicomico: 12 
  • Continuing to develop a partnership with Johns Hopkins University to recruit students to assist at the M&T Bank Stadium Mass Vaccination Site. This program is planned for expansion to include other universities and vaccination sites.
  • Continuing to develop a partnership with AmeriCorps to efficiently process the large number of Marylanders who have applied for Maryland Responds because they want to assist with the COVID-19 response
MarylandMedNow
  • Vaccinators remain deployed in Queen Anne’s and Somerset counties
  • Over 20 vaccinators are scheduled to assist at the Six Flags America mass vaccination site. Additional candidates are being evaluated for roles at the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site.
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 100 MDNG Soldiers and Airmen are currently supporting the Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Prince George’s, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with administering COVID-19 vaccines. Since Jan 6, guard members supporting these sites have administered over 21,000 vaccine shots.
  • Over 75 MDNG soldiers are currently supporting Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Garrett, Montgomery, St. Mary’s, and Worcester counties with COVID-19 testing. These guard members have facilitated over 20,000 tests.
  • Over 65 MDNG members are currently supporting the Six Flags America and Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital mass vaccination sites

 

Week of February 15

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on Feb. 12
  • Notified local health officers of allocations on Feb. 12 so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
  • Continued coordination of more than $114 million in funding to support local health departments’ vaccination activities
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 825 volunteers are continue to support 12 jurisdictions:
    • Baltimore City: 19 
    • Baltimore County: 3 
    • Cecil: 20 
    • Charles: 4 
    • Frederick: 50 
    • Howard: 100 
    • Kent: 6 
    • Montgomery: 545 
    • Prince George’s: 50
    • Queen Anne’s: 12 
    • Somerset: 4
    • Wicomico: 12 
  • Continuing to develop a partnership with Johns Hopkins University to recruit students to assist at the M&T Bank Stadium Mass Vaccination Site. This program is planned for expansion to include other universities and vaccination sites.
  • 20 AmeriCorps personnel have been assigned to the Maryland Responds program to assist with processing the large number of applicants who want to assist with the COVID-19 response.
MarylandMedNow
  • Vaccinators remain deployed in Queen Anne’s and Somerset counties
  • Over 20 vaccinators are scheduled to assist at the Six Flags America mass vaccination site. Additional candidates are being evaluated for roles at the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site.
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 100 MDNG soldiers and airmen are currently supporting the Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Prince George’s, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with administering COVID-19 vaccines. Since Jan. 6, guard members supporting these sites have administered over 32,000 vaccine shots.
  • Over 75 MDNG soldiers are currently supporting Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Garrett, Montgomery, St. Mary’s, and Worcester counties with COVID-19 testing. These guard members have facilitated over 25,000 tests.
  • Over 65 MDNG members are currently supporting the Six Flags America and Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital mass vaccination sites

 

Week of February 22

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on Feb. 19
  • Notified local health officers of allocations on Feb. 19 so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
  • Continued coordination of more than $114 million in funding to support local health departments’ vaccination activities
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 832 volunteers are continue to support 12 jurisdictions:
    • Baltimore City: 19 
    • Baltimore County: 3 
    • Cecil: 20 
    • Charles: 4 
    • Frederick: 50 
    • Howard: 100 
    • Kent: 6 
    • Montgomery: 545 
    • Prince George’s: 50
    • Queen Anne’s: 12 
    • St. Mary’s: 7
    • Somerset: 4
    • Wicomico: 12 
  • Formalized a partnership with Johns Hopkins University to recruit students to assist at the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site. This program is planned for expansion to include other universities and vaccination sites.
  • 20 AmeriCorps personnel have been assigned to the Maryland Responds program to assist with processing the large number of applicants who want to assist with the COVID-19 response.
MarylandMedNow
  • Vaccinators remain deployed in Queen Anne’s and Somerset counties.
  • Over 20 vaccinators are scheduled to assist at the Six Flags America mass vaccination site. 
  • 35 staff have been assigned to work at the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site in various roles.
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 100 MDNG soldiers and airmen are currently supporting the Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Prince George’s, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with administering COVID-19 vaccines. Since Jan. 6, guard members supporting these sites have administered over 37,000 vaccine shots.
  • Over 75 MDNG soldiers are currently supporting Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Garrett, Montgomery, St. Mary’s, and Worcester counties with COVID-19 testing. These guard members have facilitated over 29,000 tests.
  • Over 65 MDNG members are currently supporting the Six Flags America and Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital mass vaccination sites.

 

Week of March 1

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on Feb. 26 and March 1.
  • Notified local health officers of allocations on Feb. 26 and March 1 so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
  • Continued coordination of more than $114 million in funding to support local health departments’ vaccination activities
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 832 volunteers are continue to support 12 jurisdictions:
    • Baltimore City: 19 
    • Baltimore County: 3 
    • Cecil: 20 
    • Charles: 4 
    • Frederick: 50 
    • Howard: 100 
    • Kent: 6 
    • Montgomery: 545 
    • Prince George’s: 50
    • Queen Anne’s: 12 
    • St. Mary’s: 7
    • Somerset: 4
    • Wicomico: 12 
  • 10 student volunteers from Johns Hopkins will begin assisting at the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site on March 6. 
  • 20 AmeriCorps personnel have been assigned to the Maryland Responds program to assist with processing the large number of applicants who want to assist with the COVID-19 response.
MarylandMedNow
  • Vaccinators remain deployed in Queen Anne’s and Somerset counties.
  • Over 20 vaccinators are assisting at the Six Flags America mass vaccination site.
  • 35 staff have been assigned to work at the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site in various roles.
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 100 MDNG soldiers and airmen are currently supporting the Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Prince George’s, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with administering COVID-19 vaccines. Since Jan. 6, guard members supporting these sites have administered over 55,000 vaccine shots.
  • Over 150 MDNG soldiers are currently supporting Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Garrett, Montgomery, St. Mary’s, and Worcester counties with COVID-19 testing. These guard members have facilitated over 34,000 tests.
  • Over 120 MDNG members are currently supporting the Six Flags America and Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital mass vaccination sites.

 

Week of March 8

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on March 5
  • Notified local health officers of allocations on March 5 so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
  • Continued coordination of more than $114 million in funding to support local health departments’ vaccination activities
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 304 volunteers are supporting 13 jurisdictions:
    • Allegany: 3
    • Baltimore City: 12
    • Baltimore County: 20
    • Carroll: 10
    • Cecil: 1 
    • Frederick: 10 
    • Howard: 20 
    • Kent: 18 
    • Montgomery: 118 
    • Prince George’s: 60
    • Somerset: 2
    • St. Mary’s: 7
    • Talbot: 23
  • 40 student volunteers from Johns Hopkins are regularly assisting at the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site
  • 20 AmeriCorps personnel have been assigned to the Maryland Responds program to assist with processing the large number of applicants who want to assist with the COVID-19 response
MarylandMedNow
  • Vaccinators remain deployed in Queen Anne’s and Somerset counties
  • Over 20 vaccinators are assisting at the Six Flags America mass vaccination site
  • 35 staff have been assigned to work at the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site in various roles
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 100 MDNG soldiers and airmen are currently supporting the Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Prince George’s, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with administering COVID-19 vaccines. Since Jan. 6, guard members supporting these sites have administered nearly 65,000 vaccine shots
  • Over 150 MDNG soldiers are currently supporting Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Garrett, Montgomery, St. Mary’s, and Worcester counties with COVID-19 testing. These guard members have facilitated over 40,000 tests.
  • Over 200 MDNG members are currently supporting the Six Flags America and Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital mass vaccination sites

 

Week of March 15

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on March 12
  • Notified local health officers of allocations on March 12 so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
  • Continued coordination of more than $114 million in funding to support local health departments’ vaccination activities
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  •  538 volunteers are supporting 11 jurisdictions:
    • Anne Arundel: 17
    • Baltimore City: 7
    • Baltimore County: 20
    • Calvert: 17
    • Carroll: 59
    • Cecil: 3 
    • Frederick: 20 
    • Howard: 24 
    • Montgomery: 322 
    • Prince George’s: 46
    • Somerset: 3
  • 50 student volunteers from Johns Hopkins are regularly assisting at the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site
  • 20 AmeriCorps personnel have been assigned to the Maryland Responds program to assist with processing the large number of applicants who want to assist with the COVID-19 response
MarylandMedNow
  • Vaccinators remain deployed in Queen Anne’s and Somerset counties
  • Vaccinators have been deployed to Calvert and Charles counties recently, and additional vaccinators are scheduled to deploy to Baltimore City
  • Over 20 vaccinators are assisting at the Six Flags America mass vaccination site
  • 35 staff have been assigned to work at the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site in various roles
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 100 MDNG soldiers and airmen are currently supporting the Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Prince George’s, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with administering COVID-19 vaccines. Since Jan. 6, guard members supporting these sites have administered nearly 71,000 vaccine shots.
  • Over 150 MDNG soldiers are currently supporting Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Garrett, Montgomery, St. Mary’s, and Worcester counties with COVID-19 testing. These guard members have facilitated over 45,000 tests.
  • Over 200 MDNG members are currently supporting the Six Flags America and Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital mass vaccination sites

 

Week of March 22

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on March 19
  • Notified local health officers of allocations on March 19 so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
  • Continued coordination of more than $114 million in funding to support local health departments’ vaccination activities
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 538 volunteers are supporting 11 jurisdictions:
    • Anne Arundel: 17
    • Baltimore City: 7
    • Baltimore County: 20
    • Calvert: 17
    • Carroll: 59
    • Cecil: 3 
    • Frederick: 20 
    • Howard: 24 
    • Montgomery: 322 
    • Prince George’s: 46
    • Somerset: 3
  • Student volunteers from Johns Hopkins and the University System of Maryland continue to support the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site a total of 240 hours each week
MarylandMedNow
  • A total of 19 volunteers are working at various state-run vaccination sites
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 100 MDNG soldiers and airmen are currently supporting the Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Prince George’s, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with administering COVID-19 vaccines. Since Jan. 6, guard members supporting these sites have administered over 80,000 vaccine shots.
  • Over 150 MDNG soldiers are currently supporting Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Garrett, Montgomery, St. Mary’s, and Worcester counties with COVID-19 testing. These guard members have facilitated over 50,000 tests.
  • Over 250 MDNG members are currently supporting the Six Flags America and Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital mass vaccination sites

 

Week of March 29

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on March 26
  • Notified local health officers of allocations on March 26 so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
  • Continued coordination of more than $114 million in funding to support local health departments’ vaccination activities
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 528 volunteers are supporting 11 jurisdictions:
    • Anne Arundel: 56
    • Baltimore City: 12
    • Calvert: 5
    • Carroll: 25
    • Cecil: 1 
    • Frederick: 9 
    • Howard: 20
    • Kent: 12 
    • Montgomery: 322 
    • Prince George’s: 46
    • Somerset: 3
    • Washington: 17
  • 50 student volunteers from Johns Hopkins and the University System of Maryland continue to support the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site each week
MarylandMedNow
  • A total of 15 volunteers are working at various state-run vaccination sites
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 120 MDNG soldiers and airmen are currently supporting the Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Prince George’s, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with administering COVID-19 vaccines. Since Jan. 6, guard members supporting these sites have administered over 90,000 vaccine shots.
  • Over 200 MDNG soldiers are currently supporting Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Garrett, Montgomery, St. Mary’s, and Worcester counties with COVID-19 testing. These guard members have facilitated over 55,000 tests.
  • Over 500 MDNG members are currently supporting mass vaccination sites at Six Flags America, Regency Stadium, M&T Bank Stadium, Wicomico Youth & Civic Center, and Hagerstown Premium Outlets

 

Week of April 5

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on April 2
  • Notified local health officers of allocations on April 2 so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
  • Continued coordination of more than $114 million in funding to support local health departments’ vaccination activities
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 521 volunteers are supporting 11 jurisdictions:
    • Anne Arundel: 25
    • Baltimore City: 12
    • Calvert: 4
    • Carroll: 25
    • Cecil: 1 
    • Frederick: 31 
    • Howard: 20
    • Kent: 8 
    • Montgomery: 353 
    • Prince George’s: 23
    • Somerset: 2
    • Washington: 17
  • 50 student volunteers from Johns Hopkins and the University System of Maryland continue to support the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site each week
MarylandMedNow
  • A total of 27 volunteers are working at various state-run vaccination sites
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 120 MDNG soldiers and airmen are currently supporting the Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Prince George’s, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with administering COVID-19 vaccines. Since Jan. 6, guard members supporting these sites have administered over 106,000 vaccine shots.
  • Over 210 MDNG soldiers are currently supporting Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Garrett, Montgomery, St. Mary’s, and Worcester counties with COVID-19 testing. These guard members have facilitated over 61,000 tests.
  • Over 540 MDNG members are currently supporting mass vaccination sites at Six Flags America, Regency Stadium, M&T Bank Stadium, Wicomico Youth & Civic Center, and Hagerstown Premium Outlets

 

Week of April 12

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on April 9
  • Notified local health officers of allocations on April 9 so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
  • Continued coordination of more than $114 million in funding to support local health departments’ vaccination efforts
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 641 volunteers are supporting nine jurisdictions:
    • Anne Arundel: 24
    • Baltimore City: 21
    • Baltimore County: 24
    • Calvert: 6
    • Cecil: 1 
    • Frederick: 39
    • Montgomery: 480
    • Kent: 11 
    • Prince George’s: 26
    • Somerset: 2
    • Talbot: 7
  • 50 student volunteers from Johns Hopkins and the University System of Maryland continue to support the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site each week
MarylandMedNow
  • A total of 27 volunteers are working at various state-run vaccination sites
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 120 MDNG soldiers and airmen are currently supporting the Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Prince George’s, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with administering COVID-19 vaccines. Since Jan. 6, guard members supporting these sites have administered over 117,000 vaccine shots.
  • Over 210 MDNG soldiers are currently supporting Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Garrett, Montgomery, St. Mary’s, and Worcester counties with COVID-19 testing. These guard members have facilitated over 64,000 tests.
  • Over 540 MDNG members are currently supporting mass vaccination sites at Six Flags America, Regency Furniture Stadium, M&T Bank Stadium, Wicomico Youth & Civic Center, and Hagerstown Premium Outlets.

 

Week of April 19

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on April 16
  • Notified local health officers of allocations on April 16 so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
  • Continued coordination of more than $114 million in funding to support local health departments’ vaccination efforts
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 462 volunteers are supporting 10 jurisdictions:
    • Anne Arundel: 20
    • Baltimore City: 25
    • Calvert: 6
    • Cecil: 1 
    • Frederick: 48
    • Kent: 2 
    • Montgomery: 327
    • Prince George’s: 25
    • Somerset: 2
    • Talbot: 6
  • 113 student volunteers from Johns Hopkins and the University System of Maryland continue to support the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site each week
  • 13 student volunteers from Salisbury University continue to support the Wicomico mass vaccination site each week
MarylandMedNow
  • A total of 27 volunteers are working at various state-run vaccination sites
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 120 MDNG soldiers and airmen are currently supporting Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Montgomery, Prince George’s, Queen Anne’s, Somerset, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with administering COVID-19 vaccines. Since Jan. 6, guard members supporting these sites have administered over 128,000 vaccine shots.
  • Over 210 MDNG soldiers are currently supporting Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Dorchester, Garrett, and Montgomery counties with COVID-19 testing. These guard members have facilitated over 66,000 tests.
  • Over 540 MDNG members are currently supporting mass vaccination sites at Six Flags America, Regency Furniture Stadium, M&T Bank Stadium, Wicomico Youth & Civic Center, and Hagerstown Premium Outlets.

 

Week of April 26

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on April 30
  • Notified local health officers of allocations on April 30 so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
  • Continued coordination of more than $114 million in funding to support local health departments’ vaccination efforts
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 476 volunteers are supporting nine jurisdictions:
    • Anne Arundel: 27
    • Baltimore City: 22
    • Frederick: 42
    • Kent: 6 
    • Montgomery: 327
    • Prince George’s: 34
    • Somerset: 3
    • Washington: 9
    • Talbot: 6
  • 100 student volunteers from Johns Hopkins and the University System of Maryland continue to support the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site each week
  • Six student volunteers from Salisbury University continue to support the Wicomico mass vaccination site each week
MarylandMedNow
  • A total of 27 volunteers are working at various state-run vaccination sites
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 130 MDNG soldiers and airmen are currently supporting Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Montgomery, Prince George’s, Queen Anne’s, Somerset, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with administering COVID-19 vaccines. Since Jan. 6, guard members supporting these sites have administered over 140,000 vaccine shots.
  • Over 220 MDNG soldiers are currently supporting Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Dorchester, Garrett, and Montgomery counties with COVID-19 testing. These guard members have facilitated over 70,000 tests.
  • Over 560 MDNG members are currently supporting mass vaccination sites at Six Flags America, Regency Furniture Stadium, M&T Bank Stadium, Wicomico Youth & Civic Center, and Hagerstown Premium Outlets.

 

Week of May 3

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on April 30
  • Notified local health officers of allocations on April 30 so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
  • Continued coordination of more than $114 million in funding to support local health departments’ vaccination efforts
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 505 volunteers are supporting 12 jurisdictions:
    • Anne Arundel: 38
    • Baltimore City: 19
    • Calvert: 5
    • Cecil: 1
    • Frederick: 44
    • Howard: 16
    • Kent: 19 
    • Montgomery: 339
    • Prince George’s: 10
    • Somerset: 3
    • Talbot: 2
    • Washington: 9
  • 138 student volunteers from Johns Hopkins and the University System of Maryland continue to support the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site each week
  • 3 student volunteers from Salisbury University continue to support the Wicomico mass vaccination site each week
MarylandMedNow
  • A total of 16 volunteers are working at various state-run vaccination sites
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 130 MDNG soldiers and airmen are currently supporting Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Montgomery, Prince George’s, Queen Anne’s, Somerset, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with administering COVID-19 vaccines. Since Jan. 6, guard members supporting these sites have administered over 152,000 vaccine shots.
  • Over 220 MDNG soldiers are currently supporting Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Dorchester, Garrett, and Montgomery counties with COVID-19 testing. These guard members have facilitated over 72,000 tests.
  • Over 560 MDNG members are currently supporting mass vaccination sites at Six Flags America, Regency Furniture Stadium, M&T Bank Stadium, Wicomico Youth & Civic Center, and Hagerstown Premium Outlets.

 

Week of May 10

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on May 7
  • Notified local health officers of allocations on May 7 so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
  • Continued coordination of more than $114 million in funding to support local health departments’ vaccination efforts
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 314 volunteers are supporting 8 jurisdictions:
    • Anne Arundel: 16
    • Calvert: 5
    • Carroll: 19
    • Frederick: 24
    • Howard: 16
    • Kent: 7 
    • Montgomery: 226
    • Prince George’s: 1
  • 73 student volunteers from Johns Hopkins and the University System of Maryland continue to support the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site each week
  • 3 student volunteers from Salisbury University continue to support the Wicomico mass vaccination site each week
MarylandMedNow
  • A total of 15 volunteers per day are working at various state-run vaccination sites
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 130 MDNG soldiers and airmen are currently supporting Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Montgomery, Prince George’s, Queen Anne’s, Somerset, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with administering COVID-19 vaccines. Since Jan. 6, guard members supporting these sites have administered over 160,000 vaccine shots.
  • Over 220 MDNG soldiers are currently supporting Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Dorchester, Garrett, and Montgomery counties with COVID-19 testing. These guard members have facilitated nearly 74,000 tests.
  • Over 560 MDNG members are currently supporting mass vaccination sites at Six Flags America, Regency Furniture Stadium, M&T Bank Stadium, Wicomico Youth & Civic Center, and Hagerstown Premium Outlets.

 

Week of May 17

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on May 14
  • Notified local health officers of allocations on May 14 so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
  • Continued coordination of more than $114 million in funding to support local health departments’ vaccination efforts
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 442 volunteers are supporting 9 jurisdictions:
    • Anne Arundel: 17
    • Baltimore City: 35
    • Calvert: 5
    • Carroll: 76
    • Frederick: 24
    • Howard: 16
    • Montgomery: 265
    • Prince George’s: 3
    • Somerset: 1
  • 43 student volunteers from Johns Hopkins and the University System of Maryland continue to support the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site each week
  • 3 student volunteers from Salisbury University continue to support the Wicomico mass vaccination site each week
MarylandMedNow
  • An average of 15-20 volunteers per day are working at various state-run vaccination sites
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 130 MDNG soldiers and airmen are currently supporting Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Montgomery, Prince George’s, Queen Anne’s, Somerset, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with administering COVID-19 vaccines. Since Jan. 6, guard members supporting these sites have administered over 163,000 vaccine shots
  • Over 220 MDNG soldiers are currently supporting Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Dorchester, Garrett, and Montgomery counties with COVID-19 testing. These guard members have facilitated nearly 74,000 tests
  • Over 560 MDNG members are currently supporting mass vaccination sites at Six Flags America, Regency Furniture Stadium, M&T Bank Stadium, Wicomico Youth & Civic Center, and Hagerstown Premium Outlets

 

Week of May 24

Maryland Department of Health
  • Issued weekly policy guidance for local health departments and other vaccine distribution partners on May 21
  • Notified local health officers of allocations on May 21 so they could begin to plan local vaccination activities for the week
  • Continued coordination of more than $114 million in funding to support local health departments’ vaccination efforts
Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps
  • 287 volunteers are supporting 8 jurisdictions:
    • Anne Arundel: 1
    • Baltimore City: 22
    • Calvert: 4
    • Howard: 16
    • Montgomery: 223
    • Prince George’s: 16
    • Somerset: 1
    • Washington: 4
  • 25 student volunteers from Johns Hopkins and the University System of Maryland continue to support the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site each week
  • 2 student volunteers from Salisbury University continue to support the Wicomico mass vaccination site each week
MarylandMedNow
  • An average of 15-20 volunteers per day are working at various state-run vaccination sites
Maryland National Guard
  • Over 130 MDNG soldiers and airmen are currently supporting Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Montgomery, Prince George’s, Queen Anne’s, Somerset, St. Mary’s, and Talbot county health departments with administering COVID-19 vaccines. Since Jan. 6, guard members supporting these sites have administered over 168,000 vaccine shots.
  • Over 220 MDNG soldiers are currently supporting Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Dorchester, Garrett, and Montgomery counties with COVID-19 testing. These guard members have facilitated nearly 76,000 tests.
  • Over 560 MDNG members are currently supporting mass vaccination sites at Six Flags America, Regency Furniture Stadium, M&T Bank Stadium, Wicomico Youth & Civic Center, and Hagerstown Premium Outlets.

 

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