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Howard County Executive Calvin Ball provided the following three updates (via Facebook) on the Howard County COVID-19 vaccination progress on April 4, 2021:

To date, 23% of Howard County residents are fully vaccinated according to the Maryland Department of Health. This includes residents who may have received the Moderna, Pfizer, or Johnson & Johnson-Janssen vaccines. We continue to work with the Howard County Health Department and the State to ensure residents receive the vaccine safely and efficiently, as we receive supply.

There are nearly 300 provider locations including regional State-run mass vax clinics, retail pharmacies and hospital operating clinics. For more information and to register, please visit COVIDVax.Maryland.gov or call 1 (855) 634-6829.


According to the Maryland Department of Health, 62.8% of Howard County residents age 65 and older have received their COVID-19 vaccine. We remain committed to ensuring our most vulnerable populations, including our older adults, receive the COVID-19 vaccine as quickly, safely, and efficiently as possible.

To register with the State, please call 1 (855) MD-GOVAX. To register with the Howard County Health Department, please call (410) 313-6284.

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According to the Maryland Department of Health, to date, 37.3% of Howard County residents have received their first dose of the COVID-19 Vaccine. This percentage includes those who may have received a first dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine. We continue to work with the Howard County Health Department to ensure residents receive the vaccine safely and efficiently, as we receive supply.

There are nearly 300 provider locations including regional State-run mass vax clinics, retail pharmacies and hospital operating clinics. For more information and to register, please visit COVIDVax.Maryland.gov or call 1 (855) 634-6829.


The regular Sunday update on COVID-19 from Howard County Executive Calvin Ball has been moved to Monday (per what they told the public last week: READ HERE) and I will put something out later today when the county provides that update.

Here is the latest COVID-19 weekly chart report (for Maryland, Howard County and Carroll County) as tracked by Scott E’s Blog:

COVID numbers continue to rise: Weekly COVID-19 tracking charts for Maryland, Howard County and Carroll County – April 3rd

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