COVID-19 Vaccination Registration Links
CDC recommends the 2023–2024 updated COVID-19 vaccines for people aged 6 months and up. COVID vaccines in the U.S. are effective at preventing serious illness, hospitalization, and death from COVID-19. You are best protected when you are up to date with your COVID vaccine. Learn more about COVID vaccination recommendations.
Free updated COVID-19 vaccines are available to most adults living in the U.S. through their private health insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid plans.
To find COVID-19 vaccine locations near you:
See clinic information below. For children under age 12, visit COVID vaccinations for children.
Visit our Find a Flu Vaccination page for a list of local pharmacies and clinics that includes COVID-19 and RSV vaccine information
Text your ZIP code to 438829
Adults 18 years and older without health insurance and adults whose health insurance does not cover all COVID-19 vaccine costs can get free updated COVID-19 vaccines through the Bridge Access Program. See box below.
COVID-19 vaccination clinics for people age 12 years and older. Call 410-876-2152 to register:
Friday, February 9th, 9:00 -11:00 am
Tuesday, February 20th, 1:00 – 3:00 pm
We are offering Moderna’s updated COVID-19 vaccine at these clinics. All clinics will be held at the Health Department, 290 South Center Street in Westminster.
If you have insurance, please bring your insurance card.
If these clinics do not work for you, search vaccines.gov.
COVID-19 vaccination clinic for adults who qualify for the Bridge Access Program:
If you do not have health insurance or your insurance does not cover all COVID-19 vaccine costs, register for one of the clinics above or call 410-876-2152 to make an appointment for a free COVID-19 vaccine.
We are offering Moderna’s updated COVID-19 vaccine at the Health Department, 290 South Center Street in Westminster.
What You Need to Know
- CDC recommends the 2023–2024 updated COVID-19 vaccines: Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, or Novavax, to protect against serious illness from COVID-19.
- Everyone aged 5 years and older should get 1 dose of an updated COVID-19 vaccine to protect against serious illness from COVID-19.
- Children aged 6 months–4 years need multiple doses of COVID-19 vaccines to be up to date, including at least 1 dose of updated COVID-19 vaccine.
- Check with your pediatrician, pharmacist, or Minute Clinic for vaccinations for younger children.
- Visit our COVID-19 Vaccines for Children page for Health Department availability updates.
- People who are moderately or severely immunocompromised may get additional doses of updated COVID-19 vaccine.
- COVID-19 vaccine recommendations will be updated as needed.
- FDA News Release
- CDC News Release
- CDC Updated Guidelines for COVID-19 Vaccines
- FDA Novavax Information
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