COVID-19 Vaccination Information in DC, Maryland, and Virginia
Update: The CDC now recommends that some Americans receive a booster shot. Learn more here.
#SeaburyCares and is working to make sure older adults receive their COVID-19 vaccination. The following information is subject to change. Please refer to your state's website for the most up to date information.
Residents aged 65 and older are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Make an appointment for the vaccine:
- Online portal: vaccinate.dc.gov
- Calling (855) 363-0333
-Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
- Saturdays: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m
- Translation services available
If all vaccination appointment slots are filled, notifications for the next round of appointments are available via email or text message.
Registrants will be asked for some simple information and receive a confirmation code.
- A confirmation code
- Photo ID
- Insurance card, if available
The COVID-19 vaccine is free. No co-pay will be charged for the vaccine and no one will be turned away for not having insurance. Loose-fitting clothing is recommended for the appointment, to allow the medical professional to administer the vaccine to the arm. After receiving the vaccine, DC residents should be prepared to stay for 15 to 30 minutes after the vaccination for observation.
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The information in this post is based on DC Mayor Bowser’s January 11th press release.
The process for registering or pre-registering for the COVID-19 vaccine varies by county. Statewide information can be found at covidlink.maryland.gov/content/vaccine and The Baltimore Sun has compiled a list of where to find vaccination information by county here.
COVID-19 vaccine registration and eligibility also vary by county in Virginia. Statewide information can be found at vdh.virginia.gov/covid-19-vaccine and a list of Health Department websites by county can be found here.