Baltimore Convention Center Vaccine Location
The Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital is serving as a COVID vaccine location, managed jointly by Johns Hopkins Medicine and University of Maryland Medical System.
People who are currently eligible to receive the vaccine under the State of Maryland's phased vaccine distribution plan may request an appointment using the form below.
Important Note: In order to distribute vaccinations as safely and equitably as possible, we cannot accept walk-ins.
Who Is Eligible to Be Vaccinated
We are currently vaccinating people in Phases 1a, 1b, 1c, 2a and 2b. Learn more about who is eligible to be vaccinated in these phases.
Request the COVID Vaccine
If you are eligible to be vaccinated at this time, you may fill out this form to request a vaccination appointment at the Baltimore Convention Center. (Note: This form is not compatible with Internet Explorer.)
Once an appointment is available, you will be contacted. Please note the link you will receive to schedule may be from the domain "tav7.com." It is a legitimate link from UMMS.
Due to a high volume of requests and very limited supply, wait times between submitting a request form and receiving an invitation to schedule could be significant.
Completing this form does not create an appointment. Even if you qualify to get the vaccine now, you will have to wait to make your appointment due to the limited number of available vaccination appointments.
People needing assistance filling out the appointment request form for the Baltimore Convention Center only can call 443-462-5511, Monday through Friday from 7 am to 10 pm. This will connect them with someone who can assist with entering their information into the system, and into the queue for appointments for the Baltimore Convention Center. It is not the actual scheduling of an appointment.
Please note: If you have received another vaccine in the 14 days prior to your appointment, have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the 10 days before your appointment or have an active COVID-19 infection at the time of your appointment, you will not be eligible for vaccination. Please schedule accordingly.
The vaccination clinic takes place Monday through Saturday. You must have an appointment and come at your scheduled time.
Getting to Your Vaccination Appointment
The entrance for vaccine appointments at the Baltimore Convention Center is at:
232 S. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21202 Get directions in Google Maps
Entrance and Drop-Off
For vaccine appointments, use the Baltimore Convention Center entrance on Charles Street between Pratt and Conway Streets.
You may be dropped off at this entrance, but there is no parking here. Use the access street for drop-off by taking a right from Pratt Street just before Charles Street.
While parking is not available at the Convention Center, you can park at nearby garages for $10 (up to 8 hours) by going to this link: iparkit.com. You must use the link and pay through the app to get the $10 rate; no additional validation is needed. We cannot validate parking for any other garages.
The BCC is accessible by many forms of public transportation, including:
- Charm City Circulator (Orange line to Convention Center)
- Light rail (Pratt Street stop)
- Metro subway (Charles Center)
- MARC Train (Camden Line)
At Your Appointment
Plan to be at the vaccination site for at least 1 hour, not including travel time and time to park. Please don't arrive more than 15 minutes before your appointment. Vaccines are by appointment only to minimize wait times.
- You will not be able to choose the vaccine that you get. For your first shot, you get will the vaccine that is available at that time.
- Come prepared to make your second dose appointment before you leave. It will be 3 or 4 weeks in the future, depending on which vaccine you get. Your second shot will be the same vaccine as your first.
- Portable restroom facilities are available outside the vaccination area.
- If you have a walker or wheelchair, there are staff members available to assist. You may also bring a family member or friend, but we cannot vaccinate anyone who does not have an appointment.
To meet the increased need for care due to COVID-19, the Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital was established in March 2020 to provide:
- Treatment for COVID-19 (an inpatient field hospital and outpatient infusion therapies)
- Testing for COVID-19
- Vaccination for COVID-19
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