Everyone 16 years of age and older is now eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine. In Washington, D.C., Virginia and Maryland, each county or city has their own COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan. To view local vaccination sites, make an appointment and more, visit your county’s website. Check these sites often, as they’re updated frequently.
Some regions have mass vaccination sites, like sports venues, to vaccinate thousands of people each day. Other regions are providing vaccines at workplaces or healthcare centers.
The VaccineFinder tool by the CDC helps you locate local vaccination sites across the United States. Type in your zip code and how far you’re willing to travel to pull up locations.
Pre-Register for Updates
Maryland, D.C. and Virginia offer pre-registration. By pre-registering, you will be notified when it’s your turn to make a vaccine appointment. Note that pre-registering doesn’t reserve you an appointment, it simply lets you know when you can schedule one yourself.
National pharmacy and grocery chains play a large role in getting the vaccine out to as many people as possible. They’ve developed robust online platforms to help spread the word. Check their scheduling websites every day for updated availability.