Maryland First COVID-19 Vaccines Could Come By Mid-December

(Annapolis, MD) — Maryland could see the first COVID-19 vaccines arrive in the state in just a couple of weeks. Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford made the announcement this morning at the start of a Board of Public Works meeting. Under Maryland’s vaccine distribution plan, frontline healthcare workers would be the first to receive the treatment, followed by workers in assisted living facilities. Rutherford expects the vaccine to be available to the general public as early as this spring.