BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Johns Hopkins University created a dashboard ranking how well states are making their COVID-19 vaccine websites accessible for those with disabilities.

Not good news for Maryland.

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Researchers have the state’s website coming in last, citing the most errors on the site.

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The database says most state websites rely on charts and tables that can be difficult or impossible for people with vision impairments and other disabilities.

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CBS Baltimore Staff