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COVID-19 Vaccine: Clinic Sign Up

The Anne Arundel County Department of Health is offering FREE COVID-19 vaccinations to all Marylanders ages 6 months and older. Anyone who is part of an eligible age group can register for a vaccine at the clinics listed below or at many pharmacies or medical providers. Please see below for a list of vaccine clinics available and an outline of eligibility.

The Anne Arundel County Department of Health will be offering the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to children ages 6 months to 5 years of age and the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to children ages 6 months to 4 years of age at vaccine locations by appointment only. Please do not arrive early to your scheduled appointment. To make these clinics as friendly and calm as possible, we can only accommodate you at your appointment time.

If your child is eligible to receive a first dose and you would like to schedule an appointment, click the button below.



Please talk with your child's pediatrician if you have any questions about the vaccine or your child's eligibility. Due to social distancing requirements, one parent/guardian is allowed per child. Please dress your child appropriately so that the vaccinator has easy access to their arm or thigh. Please note, that we will not restrain your child during the vaccination process.

Many pediatricians in the county are also offering the 6 month to 5 year old COVID-19 vaccine. Please reach out to your child's pediatrician to see if they have the 6 month to 5 year old COVID vaccine.

Anne Arundel County Public School Clinics

The Anne Arundel Department of Health and Anne Arundel County Public Schools are teaming up to offer COVID-19 vaccination clinics for all ages at various schools across the county. Vaccine clinics will be held weekday evenings in locations that provide equitable access to families throughout the county and to complement the Department of Health's existing clinic sites.

Please click here to register for a vaccine clinic at an Anne Arundel County Public School location.

Anne Arundel County Department of Health Standing Clinics

The Anne Arundel County Department of Health will be offering 5-11 year old COVID vaccines at all vaccine locations. Please do not arrive early to your scheduled appointment. To make these clinics as friendly and calm as possible, we can only accommodate you at your appointment time.

First Doses

If your child is eligible to receive a first dose and you would like to schedule an appointment, click the button below.



The Centers for Disease Control and Preventions (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommends that a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine be given to people who are moderately to severely immunocompromised. This recommendation has been approved for Pfizer vaccine AND Moderna vaccine and must be administered no earlier than 28 days after a second dose. The third dose must be from the same manufacturer as the first two doses. Please talk with your medical provider if you have any questions about your eligibility.

Here are the qualifications for the first booster shots by manufacturer of your original dose or series:

  • Pfizer
    Minimum age - 5+
    Time Frame - at least 2 months after a primary series or 2 months after receiving a booster dose
  • Moderna
    Minimum age - 12
    Time Frame - at least 2 months after a primary series or 2 months after receiving a booster dose

The bivalent booster can't be used for the primary vaccine series. The bivalent boosters are now recommended for all individuals 5 years of age or older if it has been at least two months since they have completed their primary vaccination series, or at least two months since they received a previous booster dose. The vaccine specifically targets the Omicron variant and provides the most up to date protection against the virus.

Mix and Match Dosing for Booster Shots

Eligible individuals that are ages 18 and older may choose which vaccine they receive as a booster dose. You may get the same vaccine type that you originally received or you can get a different vaccine type for your booster.

Please talk with your medical provider if you have any questions about your eligibility.

A note or prescription is not needed to get a third dose or booster shot. Please bring your vaccine card to your third dose or booster shot appointment.

  • Vaccination is the leading public health prevention strategy to end the COVID-19 pandemic and continues to be our priority. The Department of Health, pharmacies and doctor's offices still have many opportunities for you to get vaccinated. There are now four COVID-19 vaccines available in the United States and are available at Anne Arundel County Department of Health COVID-19 vaccine clinics.

  • If you received your first dose of COVID-19 vaccine from one of the Department of Health sites and need to schedule your second dose appointment, check your inbox for an email that you should have received within one business day of your first dose. It contains a link to book your second dose appointment in the appropriate clinic. The sender is "no-reply@multistatep4p.com". If you did not receive your first dose from the Department of Health, please call 410-222-7256 for assistance.

    Please Note: To further reduce the risk of myocarditis or pericarditis, a longer interval between the first and second dose of Novavax or a mRNA vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna) of 8 weeks may be appropriate for some people ages 12 and older, especially for males ages 12 through 39.

    Data also show that the risk of myocarditis may be higher for Moderna than Pfizer. Therefore, it is recommended that individuals who are eligible for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine choose this vaccine for their primary series and booster.

    Considerations for Extending the Second Dose of Novavax or a mRNA Vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna) Time Interval to 8 weeks:

    • Benefits people ages 12 through 64 who are not moderately or severely immunocompromised.
    • Stronger immune response. Data show that a longer interval between first and second doses may give the body a chance to build a stronger immune response, increasing the effectiveness of these vaccines.
    • Would help lower the (small) risk of myocarditis and pericarditis, which has been associated - mostly among adolescent and young adult males ages 12 through 39.

    If you have questions specific to your situation, speak with your medical provider. For more information about this interval consideration, please visit https://www.aahealth.org/8-week-vaccine-consideration/.

Visit the Department of Health's website for more information about the COVID-19 vaccines and vaccine eligibility.

Visit Maryland Department of Health's COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Location Map to find another COVID-19 vaccine clinic near you.
Visit the Department of Health's website for more information about the COVID-19 vaccines and vaccine eligibility.