ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — It has been hard enough for people to get their first COVID-19 vaccine, and now, it could get even harder.

A spokesperson for Gov. Larry Hogan said federal officials warn winter storms nationwide could cause a delay in shipments to vaccine providers this week.

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State health officials already gave providers a heads up on Monday.

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CBS Baltimore Staff