ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Anne Arundel County officers say it could possibly be some time earlier than the present group of eligible residents could be vaccinated after a scarcity of doses.
Anne Arundel’s well being officer Dr. Nilesh Kalyanaraman mentioned Tuesday it is going to be “effectively into March” earlier than they will vaccinate even the present group as a result of provide constraints.
Kalyanaraman mentioned there are 7,000 Pfizer second doses the county has but to obtain from the state—main appointments to be rescheduled. First-dose vaccine appointments are usually not affected.
The advice is to attend as much as six weeks to get the second dose after the primary.
“We’re nonetheless effectively throughout the window,” he mentioned.
Anne Arundel County mentioned it’s not going to work to attempt to purchase vaccines on their very own.
Those that had appointments shall be supplied make-up appointments on Saturday. The county mentioned it’ll attain out to registrants by telephone and e mail with extra info.