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Good luck getting a vaccination appointment in Maryland | READER COMMENTARY

Anne Arundel County Health Department screener Carine Davis, left, asks Madonna Gambrell some questions before Gambrell gets her COVID-19 vaccination at a clinic held at the Anne Arundel Community College, Monday, January 18, 2021. (Paul W. Gillespie/Baltimore Sun).
Anne Arundel County Health Department screener Carine Davis, left, asks Madonna Gambrell some questions before Gambrell gets her COVID-19 vaccination at a clinic held at the Anne Arundel Community College, Monday, January 18, 2021. (Paul W. Gillespie/Baltimore Sun). (Paul W. Gillespie/Capital Gazette)

My husband, who is 81 years old with stage 4 kidney disease, has not been able to make an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccination. I am 67 with coronary artery disease and I can’t get an appointment either (”Can Maryland learn from other states’ COVID vaccine rollout and create a single sign-up site?” Feb. 5).

Because an even more contagious variant is now in Maryland, we are more concerned than ever. We feel that we are waiting helplessly to fall ill and most likely die. Where can we turn to for help?

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I even sent a message to the governor, knowing it wouldn’t do any good, but I have to vent. We’re afraid and we’re eligible. What happened?

Sara Levin, Reisterstown

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