The activists have five demands, which call for transparency and a new department administration, among other things.
When the pandemic hit, some Prince George's County businesses began making PPE. Almost a year later, many still are.
The truck is part of a campaign from the Maryland Department of Health.
The county will continue to administer the second dose.
Virtual tours and lack of in-person counseling has made it difficult for seniors to chose where they'll attend in the fall.
Students who choose hybrid learning will be divided into groups for in-person instruction on a staggered schedule.
Nearly two years ago, County Executive Angela Alsobrooks launched Vision Zero Prince George’s.
Only 4 percent of county residents and workers have received the first dose of the vaccine.
He discussed racial disparities and vaccine misconceptions with residents.
County Executive Angela Alsobrooks announced the changes at a Friday press conference.