How to Get the COVID Vaccine
University of Maryland Medical System is working with the State to vaccinate Marylanders.
All Marylanders age 5 and older are eligible to receive the COVID vaccine. However, not all vaccination locations are able to vaccinate all eligible ages.
Where to Get the Vaccine
Note: Currently, only the Pfizer vaccine is authorized for people ages 5 and up. Anyone age 5-17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to be vaccinated. The parent or guardian will sign the consent form.
Vaccinating Ages 5 and Older
- State Center, just north of Baltimore's Mount Vernon - Walk-up vaccinations are available for people ages 12 and older. Ages 5-11 need an appointment. Learn more about how to make an appointment for children ages 5-11 at BCC
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Why Get the Vaccine
The COVID-19 vaccine is free, whether you have insurance or not. Please share this information with family and friends who have not yet been vaccinated and encourage them to get the vaccine.
- Read about the M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site, which delivered nearly 250,000 vaccine doses from its opening on February 25 until its last day of operations on July 2.