March 19, 2021
Deidre McCabe, Director, Office of Communications, 410-767-3536
Charles Gischlar, Deputy Director, Office of Communications, 410-767-6491
Acting Secretary Dennis R. Schrader Visits Vaccination Operations on Maryland’s Eastern Shore
SALISBURY, MD—Today, Maryland Department of Health (MDH) Acting Secretary Dennis R. Schrader visited multiple COVID-19 vaccination operations on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, including a primary care health facility serving aging Marylanders in Cambridge, Dorchester County, and a Dorchester County Health Department vaccination clinic, as well as a mobile vaccination clinic established in partnership with Maryland’s Vaccine Equity Task Force that visited a church in Salisbury, Wicomico County.
“Dr. Lori Narr’s primary care practice in Cambridge, the Dorchester County Health Department’s vaccination clinic at the Hyatt Regency, and the mobile vaccination clinic’s stop at Mills Memorial Baptist Temple in Salisbury are integral to our efforts to vaccinate minorities, the elderly, and vulnerable Marylanders,” said Acting Secretary Dennis R. Schrader.
Acting Secretary Schrader speaks with Dr. Lois Narr in Cambridge, MD
Acting Secretary Schrader and Dr. Casey Scott, Deputy Health Officer, Dorchester County Health Department in Cambridge, MD
Acting Secretary Schrader, Mills Memorial Baptist Temple Pastor Curtis A. Roberts Sr., Colonel William Fox, Maryland National Guard, and Parishioner Katrina Purnell in Salisbury, MD
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