The process to receive a COVID-19 vaccination has been off to a rocky start--to say the least. There have been confusing announcements regarding the availability of the vaccine and about how to receive it. And, many residents are still concerned about its safety.
To help clear up some of the confusion, I and my District 11 Teammates--Senator Shelly Hettleman and Delegates Jon Cardin and Lisa Belcastro--have joined wtih the Pikesville Owings Mills Chamber of Commerce to host a Virtual Town Hall meeting for residents of District 11. The event takes place Thursday, January 28 from 7-8:30 pm.
Two experts will provide helpful information and answer your questions about the vaccine. Baltimore County's Director of Health and Human Services, Dr. Gregory Branch, will discss the county's roll-out of the vaccine and answer your questions regarding how to obtain it. Dr. Wilbur Chen, Chief of Adult Clinical Studies at the University of Maryland, will provide information on the development and efficacy of the various vaccines.
To attend, you must register here. You can also submit questions on the registration form. You will be sent a link after you register enabling you to attend the meeting. You can also watch live on our Facebook Page, if you dont' have a chance to register.
If you think of questions after registering, or during the meeting, you can add them to the comment section on Facebook, or email them to D11townhall@gmail.com We wil do our best to answer as many as we can and our offices will follow up with any issues.