ANNAPOLIS, MD (AP) – Gov. Larry Hogan says Maryland will provide four-week projections about vaccine allocations to local leaders to help them better organize appointments. Hogan made the announcement in an update on the state’s vaccination efforts. He also says locations for mass vaccination sites in western and southern Maryland as well as the Eastern Shore are still being finalized. The governor says those sites will be ready to open in March, depending on when higher allocations of vaccines are available. Hogan says the state is making 1 million COVID-19 tests available to help schools reopen.