Vaccine Updates

If you are 65 years or older and need technical or language assistance completing the pre-registration form, call 410-222-3663. TTY users, please call via Maryland Relay 711.

Vaccine Registration Sites

Please note: Vaccine distribution is handled by a variety of state and local government agencies as well as private health care organizations, including hospitals and pharmacies. There is no one-stop pre-registration portal that covers preregistration at all the locations. Below are the locations that are administering COVID-19 vaccinations in the City of  Annapolis, Anne Arundel County and surrounding areas (as of December 19, 2022): 

City of Annapolis 

  • Thursdays at Pip Moyer
    Individuals who need registration assistance, please call Emergency Management at 410-216-9167.

Anne Arundel County Department of Health

State of Maryland

  • One Stop Maryland
    Use this portal to register for vaccine near you. The site has the ability to search for vaccine locations across the state of Maryland. 

 Pharmacies and grocery stores currently offering COVID-19 vaccines:

City of Annapolis
Anne Arundel Health Department
COVID-19 Vaccine General FAQs

City of Annapolis residents pay for shared services from the Anne Arundel County Department of Health. The Health Department is the agency with primary responsibility for vaccine distribution to the public within Anne Arundel County, including residents of the City of Annapolis. The City is sharing these educational resources and frequently asked questions in order to keep residents informed.

Vaccine injection

  1. Are the Vaccines Safe?
  2. Can I Volunteer to Help Distribute the Vaccine?
  3. Where and When Can I Expect to Get the Vaccine?
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Are the Vaccines Safe?

The U.S. vaccine safety system ensures that all vaccines are as safe as possible. Safety is a top priority while federal partners work to make this and other COVID-19 vaccines available. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted full approval of the Pfizer vaccine for ages 16 and older. Pfizer-BioNTech is still under emergency use authorization for those aged 15 and younger. The Pfizer vaccine was approved after being shown to be safe and effective as determined by data from large clinical trials. The Moderna and  Janssen vaccine have been given emergency use authorization. The data shows that the benefits of these vaccines outweigh the known and potential harms of becoming infected with coronavirus.