Weekly Schedule of COVID Vaccination Clinics in Baltimore City

Where To Get Vaccinated in Baltimore City

Bivalent Booster Update

On September 1st the CDC authorized a new version of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines to be given as booster doses for adolescents and adults ages 12 and up. These vaccines are targeted to the Omicron variants that are spreading the most right now. They are referred to as "bivalent" since they are designed to protect against mutliple versions of the virus. On October 12th the CDC expanded their approval to include children ages 5-11. If you want your family to be the most protected against COVID-19 this fall and winter season, please get your boosters of this new vaccine!

Who can receive a booster dose of the new vaccine?

Anyone ages 5 and up who has completed their primary COVID-19 vaccine series (either 1 dose of J&J or 2 doses of Moderna, Pfizer, or Novavax) can receive the new bivalent booster. You can receive either Pfizer or Moderna as your bivalent booster dose, regardless of which vaccine brand you received in the past. 5 year olds can only receive the Pfizer bivalent booster.

How long do I have to wait to get a booster of the new vaccine?

You can get a bivalent booster 2 months after your last dose of vaccine.

Where can I get the new vaccine in Baltimore?

All BCHD partners listed on this page are now offering bivalent boosters. See individual clinic details below for age availability.

Where can I find more information about this new vaccine?

More information about all COVID-19 vaccines can be found on the CDC’s website. Please note that this information is being frequently updated, so check back if you don’t find what you’re looking for the first time.


Get Vaxxed Baltimore City walk-up clinics

Walk-Up clinics for vaccinations - no appointments needed

All of the locations below are walkups. Some sites also accept appointments, and residents are encouraged to pre-register by clicking here or by calling the COVID-19 Call Center at 443-984-8650.

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COVID-19 Vaccination sites for children in Baltimore City

COVID-19 Vaccination sites for anyone 12 or older in Baltimore City

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All COVID-19  vaccinations are 100% free!

The Baltimore City Health Department recommends that all eligible residents receive the mRNA vaccine - Moderna or Pfizer - for their primary series (first two doses) and their booster. If an individual 18 years and older are unable to receive a mRNA vaccine due to a history of allergic reactions, anaphylaxis, or other contraindication a Johnson & Johnson booster may be given. -12/17/2021

Boosters

  • Boosters are recommended for anyone 5 and older; find more information about boosters HERE.
  • Guidance regarding booster doses is updated following CDC guidance as more evidence is reviewed during this pandemic. When guidance changes, it may take 1-2 weeks for all partners to implement the guidance at all of the vaccine sites
  • Please be sure to bring your vaccine card if you've received any previous COVID vaccinations.
  • If you lost or are unable to find your vaccination card,  go to MyIR Mobile to view and print a copy of your vaccination card.

Questions about COVID vaccinations? 

Please email us by clicking here, or call the COVID-19 Call Center at 443-984-8650

COVID-19 testing

Do you need a COVID test? Visit our testing schedule page by clicking here.

COVID-19 vaccination sites for children in Baltimore City

These sites also offer vaccinations for anyone 12 or older. Age ranges are included in individual clinic details.

Updates or changes will be reflected as clinics continue to be confirmed. Please check back regularly for updates.

Tuesday, November 22

State Center

**Bivalent booster available for ages 5 and up

300 W. Preston St.

10am-2pm

Pfizer ages 5 and up; Moderna ages 6mo-4yr

Avenue Market

**Bivalent booster available for ages 5 and up

1700 Pennsylvania Ave.

10:30am-1:30pm

Pfizer ages 5 and up

Vaccination clinic hosted by the Maryland Department of Health (MDH)

Curtis Bay Judy Center

**Bivalent booster available for ages 5 and up

4301 W. Bay Ave.

1-3pm

Pfizer ages 3-11; Pfizer, Moderna or Novavax ages 12 and up


COVID-19 Vaccination sites for anyone 12 or older in Baltimore City

Tuesday, November 22

BCHD - Adults Only

**Bivalent booster available for ages 18 and up

1200 E. Fayette St.

10am-2pm

Pfizer or Moderna ages 18 and up

State Center

**Bivalent booster available for ages 5 and up

300 W. Preston St.

10am-2pm

Pfizer ages 5 and up; Moderna ages 6mo-4yr

Avenue Market

**Bivalent booster available for ages 5 and up

1700 Pennsylvania Ave.

10:30am-1:30pm

Pfizer ages 5 and up

Vaccination clinic hosted by the Maryland Department of Health

Curtis Bay Judy Center

**Bivalent booster available for ages 5 and up

4301 W. Bay Ave.

1-3pm

Pfizer ages 3-11; Pfizer, Moderna or Novavax ages 12 and up


Mass Vaccination Site

State Center

300 W. Preston St., Baltimore, MD 21201 
For more information about the State Center Vaccination Site, hours of operation, and more, please visit their website by clicking here.
Children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian in order to get vaccinated. No pre-signed consent forms will be accepted at this location.


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Week of November 21st-27th mobile vaccination clinic schedule in English

Week of November 21st-27th mobile vaccination clinic schedule in Spanish