COVID-19 Information

Registering for a Vaccine

The County has listed the following places where people are able to register for a vaccine. You must register with each individually. In addition, the State has a list of vaccination locations.

Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Resources Clinics
Adventist HealthCare
Holy Cross Hospital
Kaiser Permanente
MedStar Health
Suburban Hospital, a subsidiary of Johns Hopkins
Giant Food

Maryland mass vaccination sites are vaccinating 1A/1B/1C. Text “MDReady” to 898-211 to get alerts from the State, including notices of when there are available appointments at the mass vaccination sites.

Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore - Schedule an appointment online or call 1-855-MDGOVAX (1-855-634-6829)
M&T Stadium, Baltimore - Schedule an appointment online or call 1-855-MDGOVAX (1-855-634-6829)
Six Flags America Theme Park, Upper Marlboro - Schedule an appointment online or call 1-855-MDGOVAX (1-855-634-6829) Covid-19 Vaccine Information

Answers to Your COVID-19 Questions

COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution - Pre-register for an appointment and Sign up for email/text vaccine updates

COVID-19 Free Testing Available at Three Sites with No Doctor’s Order Required and at Popup Sites

Johns Hopkins University Analysis of School Reopening Plans

COVID-19 Event Risk Assessment Planning Tool

'Reopen Montgomery' Small Business Grant Program

Montgomery County Information and Updates

CDC Mask Guidelines

File of Life

Senior Call Check Information

Helpful List of Things to Do

Annual Conference Postponed

BWC's Coronavirus Resources

Bishop Easterling's Video Message to the people of the Baltimore-Washington Conference

Local Grocery stores offering dedicated shopping hours for seniors and those at-risk

COVID-19 Emergency Closure Meals for MCPS Students

Coronavirus: What to know, how to help

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and you

House of Worship Tip Sheet

Home Supply List




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COVID-19 Testing at Colesville

"When it comes to COVID-19, the numbers continue to paint a dire picture for Black Americans. Despite representing only 13% of the U.S. population, Black people account for almost 20% of deaths across the country. News 4’s Cory Smith reports on the ongoing effort in the Black community to increase testing." In an interview with Reverend Armstrong, the Pastor said "the ministry is about saving souls but it is also about saving lives."

For additional testing locations and dates visit