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To spur the vaccine hesitant, set a deadline and then start billing | READER COMMENTARY

Lesbia Ruiz (center) asks to have her vaccination in her left arm, speaking to translator Maria Aponte while Theresa Williams, a registered nurse (left) listens during a coronavirus vaccination drive for the Hispanic population at Sacred Heart Church in Highlandtown, a vaccination site partnering with Johns Hopkins Hospital. March 24, 2021. (Karl Merton Ferron/Baltimore Sun).
Lesbia Ruiz (center) asks to have her vaccination in her left arm, speaking to translator Maria Aponte while Theresa Williams, a registered nurse (left) listens during a coronavirus vaccination drive for the Hispanic population at Sacred Heart Church in Highlandtown, a vaccination site partnering with Johns Hopkins Hospital. March 24, 2021. (Karl Merton Ferron/Baltimore Sun). (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)

The news media needs to inform us of the exact cost of the COVID-19 vaccine (”How are Maryland COVID cases, vaccinations and other metrics trending? Here are the latest numbers,” June 22).

A deadline needs to be set for the end of free vaccines. After this date, anyone wanting a vaccine must pay the full price with no copay or discount. Some people may need to know the full cost of refusing the vaccine other than being sick or dead.

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Arlene Block, Baltimore

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