The information below applies to the Prince George's County Health Department vaccine sites, but not the Six Flags location, which is a state mass vaccination site.
The Arc is holding a vaccine clinic for Prince George's County residents with a disability, those who work for a disability provider, and their caregivers over the age of 65. Please respond to the survey by February 18th to secure your spot. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScIrlkbeA2Pa_S9PSVPUhQtfKQYPhlS6a4vGEDKAMInWkoDVg/viewform
Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks will hold a Tele-Town Hall on Saturday, 2/13 at 10:00 AM, to provide the latest updates on vaccinations in the county. To register, or to submit your questions or concerns, please visit: http://bit.ly/PGCTownHallFeb13
The Prince George's County vaccine hotline is now available. Dial 311. Press #. If you are able to complete the pre-registration form online by yourself, please do not call the hotline. The county would like to ensure this service is available for those who need assistance.
If you are a Prince George's County resident in vaccine Phase 1A or 1B (Assisted living and other congregate settings, adults age 75 and older, education and continuity of government), you can pre-register for the Covid-19 vaccine at: https://covid19vaccination.princegeorgescountymd.gov/.
The County Executive will host a Latinx Town Hall with CASA on, January 25 at 7:00PM to provide updates on the County’s vaccine distribution plan & answer any questions from the community.
To submit questions: http://bit.ly/pgcvaccinetownhall
To view the webinar: https://bit.ly/pgctownhalljan25
Today is the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday, marking Dr. King’s birthday and celebrating his profound contributions to our nation.
This year, let us remember these words from Dr. King, "Be the peace you wish to see in the world."