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Posted on: December 10, 2021


Vaccine operations transition from Sports and Learning Complex to Prince George’s Community College in Largo; new round of first-dose elementary school clinics scheduled through winter break.

Largo, MD – COVID-19 vaccinations will no longer be available at the County’s Sports and Learning Complex clinic starting Sunday, December 12. The clinic is relocating to Prince George’s Community College (PGCC) in the Largo Student Center with vaccinations resuming on Thursday, December 16. Appointments for Sunday, December 12 through Wednesday, December 15 are being rescheduled at the new location.

“The Sports and Learning Complex has been a happy home for us since the start of the vaccine rollout in early 2021 as the clinic has provided more than 40,000 vaccinations to keep Prince Georgians healthy and alive,” said Prince George’s County Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Health, Human Services, and Education Dr. George L. Askew. “Shifting operations over to the community college’s main campus in Largo allows the County and its partners to continue to meet the high vaccine demand while accommodating upcoming youth sports, and other activities that typically take place at the Sports and Learning Complex.”

PGCC COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Hours of Operation beginning Thursday, December 16:

Walk-ins* accepted but appointments are encouraged.

Mondays 9 am-7pm

Tuesdays 9 am-4:30pm

Wednesdays 9 am-7pm

Thursdays 9 am-4:30pm

Fridays 9 am-4:30pm

Weekend days and hours TBA

*Walk-ins not accepted Thursday, Dec. 16th and Friday, Dec. 17th 

Beginning Thursday, December 16, a new set of Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) elementary schools will host the County’s COVID-19 mobile vaccination clinics to offer free first- and second-dose COVID-19 vaccinations for individuals ages five and up, and booster shots for residents 16 and older. Up to four elementary schools a day will host clinics through winter break with second-dose clinics scheduled until the end of January. Walk-ins are accepted but appointments are encouraged for first doses. Individuals ages 16 and 17 are only authorized to receive a Pfizer booster dose at least six months after receiving their second dose.

An updated list of elementary school clinics and first-dose appointment links can be found at

For more information about the County’s vaccination operations, please visit the COVID-19 vaccine webpage, For comprehensive vaccine distribution updates, subscribe to County Executive Angela Alsobrooks’ COVID-19 Vaccine Bulletin.


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