Baltimore has created a system to register residents 16 and older for coronavirus vaccination, and people on the list will be called as appointments become available for them, city officials announced Thursday. The registry, which went live Thursday at covax.baltimorecity.gov, is a one-stop shop to get residents signed up for shots at city and partner locations such as hospitals, Baltimore Health Commissioner Dr. Letitia Dzirasa said at a news conference. She encouraged people to sign up by submitting their names and eligibility information.
Baltimore’s coronavirus vaccine registry to take sign-ups from all city adults, contact them as appointments open
April 2, 2021