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Posted on: April 26, 2021

[ARCHIVED] County-Operated COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics Move to Open Registration

New webpage allows individuals to directly schedule first-dose appointments.

New online appointment portal allows eligible individuals to directly book available appointments for first doses only; second-dose appointments will be scheduled during the first-dose visit

Largo, MD – Individuals included in all three phases of Prince George’s County’s COVID-19 vaccination distribution plan no longer need to pre-register for an appointment and can now schedule their own first-dose vaccine appointments at all vaccination clinics operated by the County Health Department. If applicable, second-dose appointments will be scheduled at the clinic during the first-dose appointment.

The Department encourages all unvaccinated people who live or work in the County to schedule an appointment as soon as possible by visiting The website houses a link to the appointment portal where individuals can choose a County-operated clinic and book an appointment. Individuals who do not have internet access can book vaccination appointments by calling 311 and pressing # for assistance.

After scheduling a first-dose appointment, individuals will receive a confirmation notification. If a second vaccination dose is needed, clinic staff will schedule it during the first-dose appointment. If the second-dose appointment needs to be rescheduled, or if you do not have a second-dose appointment, please email the Department at or call 311 and press #.

“The County’s vaccine supply and administration capacity have grown to the point where we can give residents even more convenience and predictability in the process to get these safe and highly effective vaccines as quickly as possible,” said Prince George’s County Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Health, Human Services, and Education Dr. George L. Askew. “I urge you and your family, friends and neighbors to protect yourselves and each other by getting vaccinated and continuing to wear masks, social distancing, and avoid gatherings, crowds and travel. Let’s make public health history together and end this pandemic.”

The County and the State of Maryland are in Phase 3 of COVID-19 vaccination distribution eligibility, which includes everyone 16 and older. Individuals can also seek appointments at the State’s mass vaccination sites by visiting, or calling 1-855-634-6829. Text “MDREADY” to 898-211, and you will receive text notifications about Six Flags and the State’s other mass vaccination sites.

In addition, the County now has a vaccine clinic locator with an interactive map that allows users to search for clinics located in the County by using an address, a zip code, or a place name. Each clinic is denoted on the map as a color-coded icon based on whether it is a clinic operated by the County, the State, a hospital system, or a pharmacy. A link to Maryland’s statewide vaccine clinic locator is found at the bottom of the clinic search results list.

For more information about the County’s vaccination operations and to schedule your first-dose vaccine appointment, please visit our COVID-19 vaccine webpage, For weekly comprehensive vaccine distribution updates, subscribe to County Executive Angela Alsobrooks’ COVID-19 Vaccine Bulletin.


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