First ‘GoVAX’ stop on the Governor’s summer tour, drinks and COVID shots

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OCEAN CITY, Md. – In Maryland the push to get people vaccinated continued on Friday at Seacrets Jamaica U.S.A.

The state held a mobile vaccination clinic there from noon to 2 p.m., and those who got the shot, got vouchers for food, drinks or merchandise. We’re told, those who went, got the Johnson and Johnson vaccine.

This event marked the beginning of Governor Hogan’s ‘GoVAX’ summer tour. Officials tell 47 ABC, the tour will bring mobile clinics and vaccine outreach to bars and breweries, and popular destinations across the state in hopes of getting 18 to 40 year old’s vaccinated.

The owner of Seacrets tells us, the vaccine has been a game changer for them. “It really is a God sent to the business community and the people of Maryland and the country itself,” says owner, Leighton Moore. “That demographic, that slice of people over 18 are in line with nothing to do except save their lives.”

The owners also tells us, Moore hopes to hold more vaccine clinics to get people vaccinated, and get more workers and customers.

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