The M&T Bank (Ravens) Stadium mass vaccination location is managed by the University of Maryland Medical System, Maryland Department of Health (MDH), the Maryland National Guard, and the Maryland Stadium Authority (MSA).

COVID-19 vaccine is free. You can get the vaccine at no cost, whether you have insurance or not.

Important Notes:

  • Vaccination is by appointment only, we cannot accept walk-ins.
  • The number of available appointments is determined by the supply of vaccine, which is extremely limited at this time.

Steps for Getting the Vaccine at M&T Stadium

#1 - Determine if you are currently eligible for the vaccination.

The state's phased distribution plan outlines the order in which groups become eligible for vaccination. We are currently vaccinating people in Phases 1a, 1b and 1c. We are currently unable to vaccinate anyone under the age of 16.

Learn more about who can be vaccinated now.

#2 - If eligible, schedule your first dose appointment online or by phone.

Choose one method to make an appointment:

Online Scheduling

You will be asked a series of questions to confirm your eligibility. If you are eligible, a scheduling calendar will display.

Start the Online Process Here

Schedule by Phone

You can also schedule by calling 855-MD-GOVAX (1-855-634-6829). Representatives will be available 7 days a week from 7 am to 10 pm. You will answer the same questions to determine eligibility by phone, as you would by going through the online process. If you are eligible, representatives will be able to assist you in scheduling an appointment. Keep in mind that due to high call volumes, wait times could be long.

#3 - Make an appointment.

Available appointment times and dates will vary. You must have an appointment and come at your scheduled time. We cannot accept walk-ins.

When choosing the date for your vaccination, please note you cannot be vaccinated:

  • Until 14 days after the last time you received any vaccination
  • Until 10 days after receiving a COVID-19 diagnosis
  • If you have an active COVID-19 infection at the time of your appointment
  • If you have received monoclonal or polyclonal antibody infusion or convalescent plasma within the past 90 days

Please review this important patient information before your appointment for important details about what to do before getting your shot, and what to expect when you arrive at M&T.

#4 - Keep your appointments.

It is important to keep your appointment, unless there is some reason you should not get the vaccine that day, such as being ill. Learn what you should know before your vaccination.

Identification or proof of appointment (printed or electronic) will be required at your appointment. Please come to your first appointment prepared to schedule the appointment for your second dose before leaving the vaccination location.

Getting to Your Vaccination Appointment

The M&T Bank Stadium is located near the Inner Harbor at:

1101 Russell St., Baltimore, MD 21230 Get directions in Google Maps

Entrance and Drop-Off

For vaccine appointments, enter at Gate A on Hamburg Street (by the statues of Ray Lewis and Johnny Unitas).

Parking

There is no charge for parking. Please park at M&T Bank Stadium Lot B, which includes parking spaces for people with disabilities.

Directions to Lot B:

  • From the north: From I-95, take Exit 53 to I-395. Exit right towards M.L. King Jr. Blvd. Take the Russell Street exit. Turn left onto Lee Street. Lot B is on the left.
  • From the south: From I-95, take Exit 52 to Russell Street North. Make a slight right at M&T Bank Stadium to access the Service Drive (just prior to Hamburg St). Turn right at Hamburg Street. Lot B is on the left.
  • From downtown: Take Lombard Street or Pratt Street to Greene Street which becomes Russell Street. Turn left onto Lee Street. Lot B is on the right.

Public Transit

The M&T Bank Stadium is accessible by many forms of public transportation, including:

At Your Appointment

Please review this important patient information before your appointment for important details about what to do before getting your shot, and what to expect when you arrive at M&T.

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