VP Harris Will Spend Afternoon at Baltimore Vaccination Site

    Vice President Kamala Harris. Whitehouse.gov photo.

    Vice President Kamala Harris will spend a few hours in Baltimore on Thursday, as she and President Biden tout their administration’s successes on their 100th day in office.

    Harris is expected to arrive in Baltimore shortly after 1 p.m. and leave shortly after 4 p.m.

    She will be given a tour of Maryland’s mass vaccination site at M&T Bank Stadium.

    Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) and Baltimore Mayor Brandon M. Scott (D) are expected to greet the vice president there.

    “I think it was picked because it’s a perfect example of a very well-run vaccination center,” Hogan said at a Wednesday press conference. “It’s part of our equity effort in Baltimore City and we’re cranking out a lot of vaccinations there. … We’re going to be proud to show it off to her.

    Harris will deliver remarks from the stadium that will be livestreamed on WhiteHouse.gov/Live around 2:55 p.m.

    Harris based her 2020 presidential campaign in the city of Baltimore.

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    Danielle E. Gaines
    Danielle Gaines covered government and politics for Maryland Matters for two years before moving into an editing position. Previously, she spent six years at The Frederick News-Post ― as the paper’s principal government and politics reporter for half that time, covering courts and legal affairs before that. She also reported for the now-defunct The Gazette of Politics and Business in Maryland and previously worked as a county government and education reporter at The Merced Sun-Star in California’s Central Valley.