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Vaccinating Maryland: Phase 3

Maryland is currently in Phase 3 of the state's vaccination plan, which means all Marylanders 16 and over are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Many of the mass vaccination sites are now walk-up, no appointment required, but you can still schedule an appointment here.

Anne Arundel County

No appointment is needed in Anne Arundel County at any of the county run vaccination sites. To find those locations click here.

Baltimore City

Baltimore City Health Department reports 3 out of 4 Baltimoreans are not vaxxed yet. The City Health Department says residents 16 and up can get vaccinated. Click on the link in the box to the right for more details.

Baltimore County

More than 350,000 people in Baltimore County have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. There are 3 mass vaccination sites in Baltimore County, people wishing to get the vaccine still must pre-register.

Carroll County

The Carroll County Health Department is vaccinating all people age 18+ who live or work in Carroll County. People who received their 1st dose of Moderna at another location may now receive their second dose at Health Department clinics at the TownMall. However, interested individuals must bring their vaccination card to the clinic and must be vaccinated at least 28 days after their first dose of Moderna

Cecil County

Cecil County is currently offering vaccines to people 16 and older. At this time they are asking you to pre-register

Harford County

If you are a Harford County Resident (18 or older only) and have yet to receive your first COVID-19 Vaccine the county is now offering walk-in vaccinations. You can still register for your shot. If you or someone you know needs help registering or does not have access to a computer or WIFI, they can call 410-838-1500, then press 4 and our call center will be able to assist them!

Howard County

Howard County has several clinics for anyone 18 and older who wants to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Appointments are recommended but walk-ups are also open, while supplies last. Click on the link in the box to the right for vaccine clinic locations.

Montgomery County

In Montgomery county residents can schedule your own 1st dose appointments for residents age 16 and older at several County clinics and the Germantown mass vaccination site. No preregistration needed!

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Caroline County

Caroline County is now in Phase 3 of its vaccination plan. That means ALL Maryland residents who are 16 and older are now eligible to be vaccinated. Residents who are interested in being vaccinated should complete the Vaccine Eligibility Form.

Caroline County has set up a call center to help field general questions about COVID-19, vaccines and to connect residents to other resources. Call (410) 479-5880 Monday – Friday, 8:30 to 4:00 PM. The people who take your call cannot register you for a vaccine at this time.

Dorchester County

Dorchester County is in Phase 3 of Maryland's Vaccination Plan. All eligible adults can schedule an appointment.

Kent County

Kent County Department of Health is asking everyone to register for a COVID-19 vaccine. Click on "find a vaccination clinic near you" in the box to the right.

Queen Anne's County

Queen Anne's County has set up a call center for those that need assistance getting on the interest list or scheduling an appointment for a vaccine. If you do not have access to the internet or a computer or have a disability, please call 443-262-9909. Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 4 PM.

They have also set up has an information line for the public to call with questions. Someone will answer your call during normal business hours (M-F, 8-4:30pm) at: 443-262-9900 or email:

Somerset County

Somerset County is currently vaccinating in Phase 3. All individual 18 and older are eligible. To schedule an appointment you can call 443-523-1920.

Talbot County

Talbot County Health Department is following the state’s vaccination phase schedule. All eligible individuals with questions or who seek assistance with the vaccination process should call the vaccination call center at 410-819-5641.

Wicomico County

The Wicomico County Health Department is currently vaccinating with the state in Phase 3.
To get a vaccine in Wicomico County, residents can email with their name, what phase their are in and how you qualify (age, occupation, etc). You will get an email with a registration link, when it opens up again. You can also call (410) 912-6889.

Worcester County

Worcester County asks that you register for vaccination by visiting and searching for “Worcester” in the box marked “Search by Name of Location.”

If you’re unable to navigate this system or do not have family friends that can help, they encourage you to call 667-253-2140 for help scheduling. Participants that receive the first dose of the vaccine will receive a confirmation email that they received their first dose.

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Allegany County

Allegany County is following state vaccination guidelines and all Marylanders age 16 and older are eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine at any mass vaccination site in the state. If you're interested in getting the vaccine, you can pre-register here.

Frederick County

Frederick County has moved into Phase 3 of the state's COVID-19 vaccination plan. They have a few clinics scheduled that people 16 and older can take advantage of with the Pfizer vaccine, which is the only one approved for 16 year olds.

Garrett County

COVID-19 vaccination appointments in Garrett County are currently being offered to those who are 18 and older. The County continues to prioritize vulnerable and high-risk populations for COVID-19 vaccinations, and is conducting multiple outreach efforts to reach vulnerable populations. For more information about vaccinating vulnerable populations or to request scheduling assistance, please call 301-334-7698

Washington County

Washington County is currently in Phase 3. This includes the general population, including healthy adults ages 16+.

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Calvert County

Calvert County is following the Maryland COVID-19 vaccination plan. Residents are encouraged to pre-register online and those who are unable to pre-register online can call 410-535-0218 for assistance. That call center is available Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Charles County

Charles County is in Phase 3. Walk-ins are being accepted at some clinics but residents are encouraged to make an appointment.

Prince George's County

The Prince George's County Health Department is vaccinating all eligible people who work or live in the county for COVID-19. You can pre-register at several locations at the link the the box to the right.

St. Mary’s County

Persons living or working in St. Mary’s County age 16 years or older are currently eligible for local SMCHD vaccination clinics and may pre-register for a clinic appointment here.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the update on the Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine?

CDC and FDA have recommended that use of Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen (J&J/Janssen) COVID-19 Vaccine resume in the United States, effective April 23, 2021. However, women younger than 50 years old especially should be aware of the rare risk of blood clots with low platelets after vaccination, and that other COVID-19 vaccines are available where this risk has not been seen. If you received a J&J/Janssen vaccine, here is what you need to know. Read the CDC/FDA statement.

What percentage of the population needs to be vaccinated to have herd immunity to COVID-19?
According to the CDC experts still don't know what percentage of people would need to get vaccinated to achieve herd immunity to COVID-19. Herd immunity means that enough people in a community are protected from getting a disease because they’ve already had the disease or they’ve been vaccinated. Herd immunity makes it hard for the disease to spread from person to person, and it even protects those who cannot be vaccinated, like newborns.

What can I do to protect myself and my family until I can get a vaccine?
To protect yourself, follow these recommendations: wear a mask over your nose and mouth, stay at least 6 feet away from others, avoid crowds and poorly ventilated spaces and wash your hands often.

For more answers to FAQs from the CDC click here