COVID-19 Vaccine

The Prince George's County Health Department is currently in Phase 3:

  • Prince George’s County Health Department COVID-19 vaccination clinics are now open registration clinics.
  • Individuals who live or work in the County can schedule their own FIRST-DOSE appointments only.
  • Visit to select an available clinic, a day, and a time for your first-dose appointment.

Schedule Your First-Dose Appointment

People who live or work in Prince George’s County are invited to schedule first-dose appointments at our COVID-19 vaccination clinics by visiting our sign-up website.

What to Expect

After scheduling your first-dose appointment, you will receive a confirmation notification. You will schedule your second-dose appointment during your first-dose visit at the clinic. If you need to reschedule your second-dose appointment, or you do not have a second-dose appointment, please email us at or call 311 and press #.

Prince George's County COVID-19 Vaccination Updates

Subscribe to the County Executive’s COVID-19 Vaccine Bulletin for regular vaccine updates.

Prince George's County-Operated Clinics

The Health Department currently operates four vaccination clinics and three mobile vaccination units.
Vaccine Clinic Locations:
Cheverly Health Center in Cheverly
Laurel-Beltsville Senior Activity Center in Laurel
Southern Regional Technology and Recreation Center in Fort Washington
Sports and Learning Complex in Landover

Vaccination Partners & State-Operated Clinics

There are a number of vaccination sites available in Prince George’s County that are not operated by the County. We encourage you to sign up at these other sites to increase your options to receive a COVID-19 vaccine appointment.
  1. Vaccination Distribution
  2. Phase 1
  3. Phase 2
  4. Phase 3

Phased Vaccination Distribution

*Individuals in prior phases are still eligible to sign up to receive vaccines as we move to additional phases.

COVID-19 vaccines will be distributed through a phased, equitable approach to the most at-risk populations first. Vaccination efforts will continue until every Prince Georgian is able to get the vaccine. The department may need to prioritize some groups further within these phases based on vaccine availability and distribution abilities.

Prioritization of those vaccinated in each phase is based on recommendations from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) as well as state guidance and is subject to change. A person’s eligibility to receive the vaccine is based on the current distribution phase the County is in.