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Vaccine for COVID-19

How do I Sign Up?

Registration for the clinics must be completed through When visiting the site, please make sure to click the second button, labeled Find Other Vaccination Clinics, and scroll down. Do not click the Find a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic button; this button takes you in a never-ending loop.

The Worcester County Health Department COVID-19 Vaccination Scheduling Line can be reached at 667-253-2140 if you are unable to complete the online registration for their clinics.

Click here for additional information.

When I go to and click "Find a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic" I'm taken to another website that doesn't have any clinics listed. What is going on?

Yes, we've learned that the this button takes you to another webpage for the state of Maryland. Instead of clicking the "Find a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic" button, click the button below it that says "Find Other Vaccination Clinics." This will take you to the list of vaccine clinics available in the area.

I see a clinic listed for Atlantic General Hospital, but I can't find where to register. Where do I register?

When a clinic is full and the waiting list for that particular clinic is also full, the button to register disappears. When there are appointments available for a clinic date, a clickable/tapable button will appear below the clinic name that says, "Sign Up for a COVID-19 Vaccination." It looks like this:

If you DON'T see a button like this, you cannot register and should check back later for new clinic locations and/or dates. You CANNOT get an appointment by calling Atlantic General Hospital. You must register through the website. There are no exceptions.

What happens if I lose my vaccine card?

If you were vaccinated at one of our clinics in Maryland, you can now access your COVID-19 vaccination records online. Click here to get started.

What vaccine will I get?

Currently, there are three vaccines that received emergency FDA approval and are being distributed in Maryland. We will continue to hold clinics for each of these vaccines as we receive supply from state and federal agencies. You can find more information about these vaccines below.

Pzifer/BioNTech (en espanol)
Moderna (en espanol)
Johnson & Johnson Janssen vaccine (en espanol)

Stay Informed
The state of Maryland will issue vaccination updates through a number of channels, including our statewide 2-1-1 texting service. To opt-in to receive these alerts, text ‘MdReady’ to 898-211.

Marylanders are also encouraged to visit to review safety information and learn more about the state’s COVID-19 vaccination plan.