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Help, I’m 78 and can’t get vaccination appointment | READER COMMENTARY

Kenny Cook, a custodian supervisor at William Paca Old Post Elementary School in Harford County, gets the COVID-19 vaccine shot from school nurse Gina Godwin, left, at Patterson Mill High School. (Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun).
Kenny Cook, a custodian supervisor at William Paca Old Post Elementary School in Harford County, gets the COVID-19 vaccine shot from school nurse Gina Godwin, left, at Patterson Mill High School. (Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun). (Kenneth K. Lam)

I am a 78-year-old resident of Baltimore. Gov. Larry Hogan recently indicated that the phase of vaccinations available for my age group has begun and that each jurisdiction would set up a site for registration (”Maryland counties scramble to coordinate COVID-19 vaccinations as demand soars: ‘We’re trying to figure it out as we go,’” Jan. 20).

Immediately, I went to the Baltimore site and attempted to register. All three weeks of posted registration dates were indicated to be full and no new persons could register. My question is: How did those spots appear to fill up before the governor’s announcement is even made public?

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No other information was posted by the city. How are citizens supposed to sign in with their individual information if the city web site makes no provision for that?

George Sybert, Baltimore

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