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Walk-up COVID-19 vaccinations at M&T Bank Stadium | Photos

Clifton Moore, Dundalk, came to M&T Bank Stadium hours before his appointment. He was not able to get in the appointment or walk-in lines.
(Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)

Walk-up COVID-19 vaccinations at M&T Bank Stadium | Photos

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Baltimore M&T Bank Stadium opens to walk-up COVID-19 vaccinations
M&T Bank Stadium Mass Vaccination Center
Lines of people wait outside the M&T Mass Vaccination Center in Baltimore for their COVID-19 vaccinations.
Lines of people wait outside the M&T Mass Vaccination Center in Baltimore for their COVID-19 vaccinations. (Ulysses Muñoz)
M&T Bank Stadium Mass Vaccination Center
People arrive at M&T Mass Vaccination Center in Baltimore for their COVID-19 vaccinations.
People arrive at M&T Mass Vaccination Center in Baltimore for their COVID-19 vaccinations. (Ulysses Muñoz)
M&T COVID-19 vaccination site
On Friday, the M&T stadium opened COVID-19 vaccinations to people without an appointment. The University of Maryland Medical System, a copartner of the state-run vaccination clinic, said some 200 appointments will be open every day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Walk-ups will not be available on Orioles day game dates.
On Friday, the M&T stadium opened COVID-19 vaccinations to people without an appointment. The University of Maryland Medical System, a copartner of the state-run vaccination clinic, said some 200 appointments will be open every day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Walk-ups will not be available on Orioles day game dates. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
M&T COVID-19 vaccination site
Delnora Seay, Baltimore, thought she had an appointment at M & T Bank Stadium for a vaccination but didn’t. She is going to get in the walk-up line, which became an option starting Friday.
Delnora Seay, Baltimore, thought she had an appointment at M & T Bank Stadium for a vaccination but didn’t. She is going to get in the walk-up line, which became an option starting Friday. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
M&T COVID-19 vaccination site
William Van Der Laar waits in the walk-in line at M&T Bank Stadium on Friday the first day it was open to people who don't have appointments.
William Van Der Laar waits in the walk-in line at M&T Bank Stadium on Friday the first day it was open to people who don't have appointments. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
M&T COVID-19 vaccination site
Michele Hospedales, Essex, waits in the walk-up line for the COVID-!9 vaccine at M&T Bank Stadium.
Michele Hospedales, Essex, waits in the walk-up line for the COVID-!9 vaccine at M&T Bank Stadium. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
M&T COVID-19 vaccination site
Freddy Benavides, a 39-year-old construction worker, who lives in Bethesda, called the walk-up doses at the stadium where he’d attended an international soccer game “a blessing.”
Freddy Benavides, a 39-year-old construction worker, who lives in Bethesda, called the walk-up doses at the stadium where he’d attended an international soccer game “a blessing.” (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
M&T COVID-19 vaccination site
Clifton Moore, Dundalk, came to M&T Bank Stadium hours before his appointment. He was not able to get in the appointment or walk-in lines.
Clifton Moore, Dundalk, came to M&T Bank Stadium hours before his appointment. He was not able to get in the appointment or walk-in lines. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
M&T COVID-19 vaccination site
Julie Egonu, Parkville, waits in walk-up line for the coronavirus vaccine at M&T Bank Stadium.
Julie Egonu, Parkville, waits in walk-up line for the coronavirus vaccine at M&T Bank Stadium. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
M&T COVID-19 vaccination site
COVID-19 survivor Frank Kress, Bayview, celebrates getting his second vaccination. He says “it’s the best thing I’ve ever done to save my life.”
COVID-19 survivor Frank Kress, Bayview, celebrates getting his second vaccination. He says “it’s the best thing I’ve ever done to save my life.” (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
M&T COVID-19 vaccination site
On Friday, the M&T stadium opened COVID-19 vaccinations to people without an appointment. The University of Maryland Medical System, a copartner of the state-run vaccination clinic, said some 200 appointments will be open every day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Walk-ups will not be available on Orioles day game dates.
On Friday, the M&T stadium opened COVID-19 vaccinations to people without an appointment. The University of Maryland Medical System, a copartner of the state-run vaccination clinic, said some 200 appointments will be open every day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Walk-ups will not be available on Orioles day game dates. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
M&T COVID-19 vaccination site
Clifton Moore, Dundalk, came to M&T Bank Stadium hours before his appointment. He was not able to get in the appointment or walk-in lines.
Clifton Moore, Dundalk, came to M&T Bank Stadium hours before his appointment. He was not able to get in the appointment or walk-in lines. (Kim Hairston/Baltimore Sun)
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