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The Prince George's County Health Department currently operates one permanent vaccination clinic and nine mobile vaccination units.
- OPTION 1: WALK-IN VACCINATIONS
- OPTION 2: SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT
- RECEIVING ADDITIONAL DOSES OR BOOSTER SHOTS
Prince George’s County-operated COVID-19 clinics offer vaccinations to individuals 12 and older who live or work in Prince George’s County.
Eligible individuals do not need an appointment to get vaccinated. Second-dose appointments, if applicable, will be scheduled during the first clinic visit. Individuals 17 and younger must get consent from a parent or legal guardian before getting vaccinated. Parents and legal guardians are encouraged to accompany their children to the clinic whenever possible.
Eligible individuals can also choose to directly book first-dose appointments at County-operated COVID-19 vaccination clinics by visiting our sign-up website, or by calling 311 and then pressing # for assistance. Second-dose appointments, if applicable, will be scheduled during the first clinic visit. Individuals 17 and younger must get consent from a parent or legal guardian before getting vaccinated. Parents and legal guardians are encouraged to accompany their children to the clinic whenever possible.
Please note: Residents who have received a 2nd dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and who are considered immunocompromised should NOT register for a third dose or a booster shot. Please contact the County’s COVID-19 vaccine clinic at the Sports and Learning Complex by calling 240-825-8250 if you prefer to make an appointment for an additional vaccine dose or a booster shot. The clinic also accepts walk-ins.
COVID-19 Booster Shots & Third Doses
Based on CDC guidance, the County is offering booster shots of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to residents who are 65 and older, residents ages 18-64 with underlying medical conditions, and individuals ages 18-64 who work or reside in certain settings that increase their risk of COVID-19 exposure (e.g. health care, schools, grocery workers, correctional facilities, homeless shelters).
The CDC recommends that these groups receive a booster shot at least six months after receiving their second dose of Pfizer. Individuals do not have to show proof of eligibility to receive a booster shot at clinics operated by the County Health Department. Federal officials have not yet approved booster shots for those who received the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
The County is also offering third doses of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to residents who are moderately or severely immunocompromised, based on guidance from the CDC. For people with weakened immune systems, a third dose is recommended 28 days after the second dose. Federal officials have not yet approved an additional dose for immunocompromised individuals that received the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. Residents can find the nearest vaccine clinic at mypgc.us/COVIDVaccine.
COVID-19 Vaccines - Third Dose vs. Booster Dose
|THIRD DOSE||BOOSTER DOSE|
|County-Operated Vaccine Clinic Locations||Day(s)||Times|
|Wayne K. Curry Sports and Learning Complex in Landover||Monday, Wednesday||9:00 am - 8:00 pm|
|Tuesday, Thursday, Friday||9:00 am - 4:00 pm|
|Saturday||9:00 am - 4:00 pm|
|Sunday||10:00 am - 2:00 pm|
|Vaccine Clinics in Prince George’s County|
(Includes sites available in Prince George’s County that are not operated by the County.)
|Mobile/Temporary Clinics in Prince George’s County|
(Includes one-day mobile clinics or clinics in a location for a few days or more.)
|State of Maryland Vaccine Clinics ||N/A||N/A|
Request a Vaccination Card
There are three options to request a vaccination card.
- email COVID19_VaxCard@co.pg.md.us to request a copy of your CDC vaccination card by mail.
- Visit the Sports and Learning Complex during normal vaccination clinic operating hours and request a card.
- For an immediate copy of your record, register at https://md.myir.net/rorl?next=/ to download your vaccination certificate.
COVID-19 Vaccine Data
Review statistical data on who has taken the COVID-19 vaccine by age, race and gender and more. Also track how the vaccine is being rolled over in the county over time.Link to page
Latest Vaccine UpdatesLink to page
Schedule Vaccination Appointment
Choose a clinic location, day, and time to schedule a first-dose appointment.Link to page
Find the tools you need to successfully communicate with your audiences.Link to page
County Vaccine Locator
Search for COVID-19 vaccination clinics located in Prince George's County.Link to page
Mobile Clinic Calendar
Find a day and time to get vaccinated that best suits your schedule by checking Prince George’s County’s calendar of pop-up vaccine clinics. Each clinic listed on the calendar is either a one-day mobile vaccination clinic or a clinic that will be in a location for a few days or more in the County. The clinics are operated by the County Health Department, the State of Maryland or a trusted community partner.Link to page