Pre-registration open for the Montgomery County mass vaccination site


Pictured, Moderna COVID-19 vaccine doses of the initial 100 were delivered to Montgomery County officials on December 23.

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Maryland has opened pre-registration for the Montgomery County Mass Vaccination Site which will open in Germantown.

Montgomery College’s Germantown campus site will open on Wednesday as a county-run clinic on a smaller scale of 1,500 doses per day.

On April 5, the site will ramp up operations to become a mass vaccination site in partnership with the state, county, Holy Cross Hospital and college.

By April 15, the site should be able to deliver 3,000 doses per day, or approximately 21,000 doses per week.

Maryland and the county are currently inoculating residents and eligible workers in Phases 1, 2A, and 2B, which include healthcare workers, first responders, residents 60 and over, and residents 16 and over with underlying health or disability issues.

Pre-registration places an eligible person’s information in the state system and does not guarantee an immediate appointment. When a vaccine dose is available for the pre-registered group of individuals, an invitation to register for an appointment will be sent.

Eligible residents and workers can pre-register at or call 1-855-634-6829.

The state’s other mass vaccination sites are at:
● Six Flags America in Prince George County
● Baltimore Convention Center
● M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore
● Regency Furniture Stadium in Charles County
● Wicomico Youth & Civic Center in Salisbury
● Hagerstown Premium Outlets

The additional sites planned are:
● Montgomery College Campus in Germantown (opens as a county site Wednesday, then state mass vaccination site April 5)
● Timonium Fairgrounds in Baltimore County by April 5
● Anne Arundel County before April 12
● Frederick County before April 12
● Howard County by end of April
● Harford County by end of April

The locations of most of the new sites have yet to be announced.

Vaccination phases

Currently open for appointments:
● Phase 1A: health care providers, residents and nursing home staff, first responders, correctional care staff and officers, and front-line court staff
● Phase 1B: residents aged 75 and over, residents and employees of assisted living and group homes, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, high-risk incarcerated adults, government officials, K-12 teachers and child care providers
● Phase 1C: residents aged 65 and over; public health and safety workers; essential workers in grocery stores, laboratory services, manufacturing, the U.S. Postal Service, mass transit, and food and agricultural production
● Phase 2A: residents aged 60 and over
● Phase 2B: residents with underlying health conditions that increase the risk of serious illness from COVID-19

Not yet open for appointments:
● Phase 2C (open April 13): residents aged 55 and over and critical workers in critical industries including construction, food services, utilities, transportation, financial services, IT, and other infrastructure
● Phase 3 (open April 27): residents aged 16 and over

Briana Adhikusuma can be contacted at [email protected]

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