The county will continue to administer the second dose.
Only 4 percent of county residents and workers have received the first dose of the vaccine.
The aim of the campaign was to increase vaccine credibility and participation.
He discussed racial disparities and vaccine misconceptions with residents.
Vaccine distribution issues are a direct result of lack of transparency at both the federal and state levels.
The event was part of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion's anti-racism teach-in.
The Six Flags in Bowie is among the new sites.
County executive Angela Alsobrooks responded to resident's concerns at a press conference Monday.
Some public health professors say that increased education should be used to combat hesitancy towards the vaccine.
"It is absolutely critical that we continue to fight this virus with everything we got.”