WASHINGTON, DC (AP) – Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he’s received a third shot of the coronavirus vaccine. He’s urging the federal government to make booster shots available earlier than currently planned. Hogan appeared Sunday on CBS’ “Face the Nation” and said he received the additional dose on the recommendation of his doctors. He urged the government to speed up its current plans for administering the booster. Plans announced by the federal government call for most people to wait eight months from getting their second dose to get a booster. Hogan said that’s too long. But some public health experts say booster shots won’t be effective if administered too early.