REISTERSTOWN, Md. (WJZ) — The first federal mobile COVID-19 vaccination units in the nation have now arrived in Maryland.

The 32-foot trailers arrived at the Maryland Emergency Management Agency Headquarters in Reisterstown.

Over the next few days, the trailers will be headed out across the state to help get more COVID-19 vaccinations in remote areas and zip codes that rank high on the CDC vulnerability index.


This effort is on top of the mobile clinics that the state launched last month.

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CBS Baltimore Staff