UPDATED COVID-19 VACCINE AND TESTING LOCATIONS IN PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY
Largo, MD – The Prince George’s County Health Department is announcing the following updates to COVID-19 vaccination and testing locations in the County:
County-operated COVID-19 vaccine clinics
The Wayne K. Curry Sports and Learning Complex mass vaccination clinic will close after Friday, April 8.
County-operated COVID-19 testing sites
The Temple Hills Community Center will no longer offer COVID-19 testing services after Friday, March 25.
State-operated COVID-19 testing sites
University of Maryland Laurel Hospital public testing site shut down Friday, March 11.
Doctors Community Hospital/Washington Education Zone testing site in Lanham will close after Thursday, March 17.
“Thanks to the teamwork of Prince George’s County residents, our COVID-19 Community Level is low and our vaccination rate is among the highest in the nation,” said Prince George’s County Health Officer Dr. Ernest Carter. “The demand for testing and vaccines has decreased, but both are still readily available at locations Countywide. With many community partners providing most of the testing and vaccine services to residents, the Health Department can begin to reduce its capacity at this point in the pandemic while being ready to ramp up again if necessary.”
The County continues to operate and support free COVID-19 testing sites at the Bunker Hill Fire Station in Brentwood, the First United Methodist Church in Hyattsville, and the Roseu Medical Center in Laurel. Visit health.mypgc.us/COVIDtesting for testing updates and an interactive mapping tool to find other testing sites near you.
Free at-home rapid test kits and KN95 masks continue to be available for pick up at multiple library branches and Maryland-National Capital Parks and Planning Commission community centers in the County, while supplies last.
The Health Department continues to encourage residents 5 and older to get vaccinated against COVID-19 as soon as possible and to get tested if they have symptoms or have been exposed to COVID-19, regardless of vaccination status. In addition, residents that are eligible for a booster shot should get one as soon as possible. For more information or updates about COVID-19 testing and vaccinations, including a complete list of clinics operating in the County, visit health.mypgc.us/Coronavirus.