All Marylanders aged 16 and above will be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at any mass vaccination site beginning Tuesday, according to Gov. Larry Hogan.

By Monday, April 12, all providers in the state — such as pharmacies and local health departments — will be required to offer shots to people 16 and up.

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"I want to stress that even though we're opening up eligibility for everyone, that does not mean everyone will be able to immediately get an appointment," Hogan said. "But with the supply of doses increasing over the next month or so, a vaccine should be available for everyone who wants one." Read more at Patch