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FutureCare Northpoint vaccination clinic | PHOTOS

Malik Cooper, a dietary aide at FutureCare Northpoint, gets inoculated by Kelly Butts, R.N. with the Maryland Department of Health, during a COVID vaccination clinic for staff and residents, as Governor Larry Hogan looks on. Gov. Hogan visited FutureCare Northpoint to highlight new initiatives to increase COVID vaccination rates in the state.
(Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)

FutureCare Northpoint vaccination clinic | PHOTOS

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Governor Larry Hogan visits a vaccination clinic held at FutureCareNorthpoint.
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Malik Cooper, a dietary aide at FutureCare Northpoint, gets inoculated by Kelly Butts, R.N. with the Maryland Department of Health, during a COVID vaccination clinic for staff and residents, as Governor Larry Hogan looks on. Gov. Hogan visited FutureCare Northpoint to highlight new initiatives to increase COVID vaccination rates in the state.
Malik Cooper, a dietary aide at FutureCare Northpoint, gets inoculated by Kelly Butts, R.N. with the Maryland Department of Health, during a COVID vaccination clinic for staff and residents, as Governor Larry Hogan looks on. Gov. Hogan visited FutureCare Northpoint to highlight new initiatives to increase COVID vaccination rates in the state. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Gov. Larry Hogan exchanges an elbow bump with Brenda Navarro, housekeeping supervisor at FutureCare Northpoint, who is wearing a new "Covid Crusher" t-shirt, given out at a vaccination clinic held today for staff and residents.
Gov. Larry Hogan exchanges an elbow bump with Brenda Navarro, housekeeping supervisor at FutureCare Northpoint, who is wearing a new "Covid Crusher" t-shirt, given out at a vaccination clinic held today for staff and residents. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Governor Larry Hogan, with Secretary of Health Dennis R. Schaefer, left, discusses new initiatives to increase COVID vaccination rates in the state, during a visit to FutureCare Northpoint. The nursing home was holding a vaccination clinic today for staff and residents.
Governor Larry Hogan, with Secretary of Health Dennis R. Schaefer, left, discusses new initiatives to increase COVID vaccination rates in the state, during a visit to FutureCare Northpoint. The nursing home was holding a vaccination clinic today for staff and residents. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Governor Larry Hogan, speaks with Leslie Ray, divisional director of Brookdale Senior Living, center, and Edwina Bell, director of Catholic Charities St. Elizabeth Nursing Center, right, after both spoke about their efforts to encourage staff vaccination rates in their communities.
Governor Larry Hogan, speaks with Leslie Ray, divisional director of Brookdale Senior Living, center, and Edwina Bell, director of Catholic Charities St. Elizabeth Nursing Center, right, after both spoke about their efforts to encourage staff vaccination rates in their communities. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Joseph DeMattos, President and CEO of Health Facilities Association of Maryland (HFAM), at FutureCare Northpoint, after he spoke during a news conference held by Gov. Larry Hogan to highlight new initiatives to increase COVID vaccination rates in the state.
Joseph DeMattos, President and CEO of Health Facilities Association of Maryland (HFAM), at FutureCare Northpoint, after he spoke during a news conference held by Gov. Larry Hogan to highlight new initiatives to increase COVID vaccination rates in the state. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Gov. Larry Hogan chats with Leonard Attman, center, and Gary Attman, right, CEO and President of FutureCare, during a visit to FutureCare Northpoint.
Gov. Larry Hogan chats with Leonard Attman, center, and Gary Attman, right, CEO and President of FutureCare, during a visit to FutureCare Northpoint. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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