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Montgomery Co. hopes to start vaccinations of 75+ next week, but ‘math doesn’t add up’ for speedy rollout – WTOP

Montgomery County officials have been clear: They don’t have enough doses to begin vaccinating older adults this week, even as other jurisdictions do.



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Officials in Montgomery County, Maryland, say they hope to begin rolling out the coronavirus vaccine to people age 75 and older under Phase 1b of the state’s vaccine plans, but that demand is still far outstripping the meager supply of shots provided by the state.
Since a pre-registration website for people age 75 and older went live last Friday, more than 68,000 people have signed up to be alerted by the county when appointments for older adults begin.
Meanwhile, as the county continued vaccinating…

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