Maryland: Milestone of 70,000+ Vaccinations In One Day

State Averaging More Than 55,000 Doses Daily, Nearly 2.7 Million Doses Administered

Prince Georgians Encouraged to Pre-Register for New Greenbelt Vaccination Site

ANNAPOLIS, MD (STL.NewsGovernor Larry Hogan announced that, for the first time, more than 70,000 COVID-19 vaccinations have been reported in a single day in Maryland. In total, the state is reporting a record 70,373 new vaccinations—shattering all previous daily records.

In addition, the state is reporting a new record seven-day average of 55,074 shots per day.  A total of 2,689,924 doses have now been administered.

According to official CDC data, 39% of Marylanders age 18 and older have received a vaccine, including 74.6% of Marylanders age 65 and older.  Maryland is getting shots into arms at a faster rate than 33 other states.

Eligible Prince Georgians Encouraged to Pre-Register for New Greenbelt Vaccination Site.  State officials are strongly encouraging all eligible Prince George’s County residents to pre-register for appointments at the Federal Pilot Community Vaccination Center (CVC) – Maryland at the Greenbelt Metro Station, which will open April 7.

Marylanders eligible in Phase 1, 2A, and 2B are currently eligible to pre-register for an appointment at the state’s mass vaccination sites as well as the new federal CVC.  Marylanders can pre-register by visiting covidvax.maryland.gov or by calling 1-855-MD-GOVAX.