Last week, the governor announced that everyone over the age of 16 could pre-register for vaccination, and on Monday, he indicated that everyone over the age of 16 would be able to go to a mass vaccination site starting Tuesday.
The governor suggested that the appointment system is likely the best option for Marylanders, but he believes the no-appointment lines will still help in a lot of places.
Friday, the state launched its first such line in Salisbury and, on Tuesday, a second one will open up in Hagerstown.
Next week, the state hopes to make no-appointment lines available at M&T Stadium in Baltimore City.
Three new mass vaccination sites are opening in the state this week, including a FEMA site at the Greenbelt Metro Station in Prince George’s County; a site at the State Fairgrounds in Baltimore County; and a site at Montgomery College’s Germantown campus in Montgomery County.
Next week, sites will be opening in Frederick and Anne Arundel counties.