COVID-19 Vaccination Registration
Actualmente, este sitio Web esta siendo traducido al español. Para ayudarle a registrarse en español, por favor llame a la linea de atencion de COVID-19 de la ciudad de Baltimore disponible a continuación.
Click on the button below to register for the COVID-19 vaccination from the Baltimore City Health Department.
The Baltimore City Health Department is now asking Baltimore City residents aged 12 and up interested in receiving a coronavirus vaccine to register for an appointment.
The CDC has provided guidance on who is eligible for an additional or booster vaccine dose.
If you are fully vaccinated with either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine and have a condition that makes you moderately or severely immunocompromised, you should receive an additional vaccine dose at least 28 days after a second dose of the vaccine. Please refer to the CDC’s guidance and consult with your primary care doctor if you have questions about if an additional dose is right for you.
If you are fully vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine and are 65 years or older, 50-64 years old with an underlying medical condition, or 18 years or older and living in a long-term care setting, you should receive a booster dose at least 6 months after a second dose of the vaccine.
If you are fully vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine and are either 18-49 years old with an underlying medical condition or 18-64 years old and are at increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission because of your occupational or institutional setting, then you may receive a booster dose after considering your individual risks and benefits.
Please refer to the CDC’s guidance and consult with your primary care doctor if you have questions about if a booster dose is right for you.
Many of our clinic sites are offering additional and booster doses. Please call the COVID-19 hotline to find out which clinics are offering additional and booster doses.
COVID-19 Hotline Number: +1(443)-984-8650
Monday to Friday 8:30AM-6:30PM