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COVID-19 vaccine in Somerset County | PHOTOS

A sign advertises readily available COVID-19 vaccines outside a shopping center in Princess Anne in northern Somerset County - the county with the lowest vaccination rate in the state.
(Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)

COVID-19 vaccine in Somerset County | PHOTOS

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Somerset County has the lowest vaccination rate in Maryland.
Somerset COVID-19 vaccines
A sign advertises readily available COVID-19 vaccines outside a shopping center in Princess Anne in northern Somerset County - the county with the lowest vaccination rate in the state.
A sign advertises readily available COVID-19 vaccines outside a shopping center in Princess Anne in northern Somerset County - the county with the lowest vaccination rate in the state. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Somerset vaccine clinic
People wait outside the Somerset County Health Department as their COVID-19 vaccine clinic opens for the day.
People wait outside the Somerset County Health Department as their COVID-19 vaccine clinic opens for the day. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
David Brown
David Brown watches his line while fishing for crabs on the Crisfield City Dock Wednesday afternoon. Brown is one of many people in Somerset County who have not gotten a COVID-19 vaccination. “It’s just not for me,” he said. “I take enough meds now."
David Brown watches his line while fishing for crabs on the Crisfield City Dock Wednesday afternoon. Brown is one of many people in Somerset County who have not gotten a COVID-19 vaccination. “It’s just not for me,” he said. “I take enough meds now." (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Crisfield City Dock
Carmela and Robert Singer enjoy lunch in the sunshine on the Crisfield City Dock with their grandson John Boncore, 19. The Singers, a retired couple from Rockville who have owned a home in Crisfield for more than 20 years, are vaccinated, they said. Boncore isn't yet, but he expects to have to get the shot before returning to the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, in the fall.
Carmela and Robert Singer enjoy lunch in the sunshine on the Crisfield City Dock with their grandson John Boncore, 19. The Singers, a retired couple from Rockville who have owned a home in Crisfield for more than 20 years, are vaccinated, they said. Boncore isn't yet, but he expects to have to get the shot before returning to the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, in the fall. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Somerset vaccine clinic
A man arrives at the Somerset County Health Department as their COVID-19 vaccine clinic opens for the day.
A man arrives at the Somerset County Health Department as their COVID-19 vaccine clinic opens for the day. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Somerset County Health Officer Danielle Weber
Somerset County Health Officer Danielle Weber talks about her efforts to boost the vaccination rates in the county, which has the state's lowest median household income and highest percentage of people living in poverty.
Somerset County Health Officer Danielle Weber talks about her efforts to boost the vaccination rates in the county, which has the state's lowest median household income and highest percentage of people living in poverty. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
Crisfield
A waterman's boat passes Crisfield City Dock in southern Somerset County. The county of 26,000 has has the lowest COVID-19 vaccination rate in the state.
A waterman's boat passes Crisfield City Dock in southern Somerset County. The county of 26,000 has has the lowest COVID-19 vaccination rate in the state. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
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