COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments
FDA has granted full approval for the Pfizer vaccine for individuals ages 16 and older. Emergency use authorization for the Pfizer vaccine also remains in effect for individuals ages 12-15 years, and for booster doses. All Marylanders 12 and older are eligible for vaccination.
Update 9/24/2021: booster doses are authorized in the updated EUA for individuals 65 years and older, residents of long term care facilities, individuals 18-64 years old with underlying medical conditions, or individuals 18-64 years who are at risk due to their workplace or an institutional setting. See below for details.
Update 8/13/2021: third doses are now authorized in the updated EUA for people who are moderately or severely immunocompromised. See below table of clinic information for details.Need help scheduling an appointment or a free ride to your vaccination? Call 1-855-MDGoVax (855-634-6829) to schedule, or 301-600-7900 for local assistance.
and other locations.
Update 9/24/2021: Booster doses available in clinics listed above starting on 9/24/2021 for Pfizer for people who previously received Pfizer vaccine and who are:
Update 8/13/2021: third doses are now authorized in the updated EUA for people who are moderately or severely immunocompromised. Updated CDC guidance This includes:
Immunocompromised individuals may still have a reduced immune response and need to take steps to reduce their risk of exposure, such as:
Please bring documentation of your age and identity. You must be over 18 years to receive Moderna and Johnson & Johnson, and over 12 years to receive Pfizer. A parent or legal guardian must accompany anyone 17 years or younger.
Check https://www.vaccines.gov/ to find a specific kind of vaccine, and then call the location to verify their supply.
Thank you for your participation in our survey on vaccine interest! Our English survey received 20,580 results and our Spanish survey received 269. Over 50% of people who responded said that they were planning on getting the vaccine as soon as it became available to them. Of those respondents who said they weren’t sure or were not planning on getting the vaccine immediate, the most common concerns were about safety and side effects. There were thousands of comments written in, and we will use the information from the survey to help develop our messaging to make sure we’re answering the questions that you have asked.
More information about the survey results can be found here: