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Larry Hogan, Maryland’s virologist-in-chief? | READER COMMENTARY

Gov. Larry Hogan is flanked by Dennis R. Schrader, the state’s acting health secretary, as he addresses developments in the coronavirus pandemic in Maryland. (Alex Mann/Baltimore Sun).
Gov. Larry Hogan is flanked by Dennis R. Schrader, the state’s acting health secretary, as he addresses developments in the coronavirus pandemic in Maryland. (Alex Mann/Baltimore Sun). (Alex Mann / Baltimore Sun)

I certainly am glad that Gov. Larry Hogan has been able to acquire a degree in epidemiology while serving as governor for the State of Maryland.

In the article, “Maryland to preregister those 16 and up for COVID vaccine, plans to accelerate schedule of who’s eligible when” (April 1), the governor is reported as saying “while rising infection and positivity rates raises alarm, the trends don’t correlate to states’ lifting capacity limits at bars, restaurants, gyms and other indoor spaces.”

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How else could he come to this conclusion?

John Hammond, Baltimore

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