Last updated: January 14, 2021
Starting January 18, Phase 1B will begin rolling out with county residents who are age 75+. More details about preregistration, clinic locations and appointment times will be forthcoming.
Week of January 10, 2021 – Clinics by appointment only for health care workers, judiciary members and first responders will be held at Anne Arundel Community College and Baymeadow sites. More than 4,800 doses of COVID-19 vaccine will be provided to pre-qualified individuals who can prove they work in a health care, judiciary or first responder setting. Anyone who does not meet the criteria will be turned away.
Health care and behavioral health practices and private providers interested in being vaccinated should submit their names on this Form. Vaccine clinic links should not be shared or forwarded to individuals who are not health care providers or ancillary health care staff and who do not live or work in Anne Arundel County. If you are unable to register for a vaccine clinic this week, future clinic registration opportunities will be announced. If you must cancel or reschedule an appointment, please click the cancel/reschedule link on your registration confirmation. No shows take appointments away from other county residents and workers.
Week of January 3, 2021 – Vaccinations began for County public health workers and for health care and behavioral practices and providers not affiliated with hospitals and long-term care facilities. Practices and private providers interested in being vaccinated should submit their names on this Form.
December 30, 2020 – Health Officer Dr. Nilesh Kalyanaraman received the Moderna vaccine on December 30. Dr. Kalyanaraman spoke about the importance of getting vaccinated that day at a Media Briefing.
Week of December 28, 2020 – First responders began receiving the vaccine.
December 24, 2020 – The Anne Arundel County Department of Health began vaccinating its frontline health care workers, who staff the COVID-19 vaccination and testing programs. The vaccinations were with the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
December 16, 2020 – In Maryland, hospital health care providers began receiving the Pfizer vaccine through their health care systems, and pharmacies began providing the Pfizer vaccine to long-term care facilities.
“Vaccinations are the most important method our county has of controlling COVID-19 illness and deaths,” said Health Officer Dr. Nilesh Kalyanaraman, “However, the vaccine will not end the spread on its own. There is a chance that a vaccinated person can be a silent carrier. Please continue wearing a mask, social distancing and washing your hands to control this pandemic.” .
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