COVID-19 Vaccine Registration
You will need to bring your COVID vaccination record to your appointment. You can get a copy of your vaccination record at the Maryland MyIR website.
BOOSTER VACCINE REGISTRATION FAQ
How do I schedule an appointment?
To view the schedule of upcoming vaccine clinics, including mobile clinics, and to schedule an appointment online, residents may visit CalvertCountyCovid19.com/vaccination. Many health care providers, hospitals and pharmacies also offer COVID-19 vaccine clinics; search for all vaccine providers near you at Coronavirus.Maryland.gov/pages/vaccine.
I need help registering. Who can I call?
Calvert County Government has reopened an information call center to assist eligible residents who wish to register for a booster or third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine through the Calvert County Health Department.
For questions or assistance scheduling an appointment, residents may call 410-535-0218, Monday, Wednesday or Friday between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Please be prepared to share which vaccine you initially received. If you received anything other than Pfizer or Moderna initially, please consult your medical provider prior to registering.
Who is eligible?
Residents age 16 or older who have received either the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine are currently eligible for a booster or third dose. At least four months must have passed since the second dose of the initial vaccine to be eligible for a booster. Residents who originally received the Johnson & Johnson vaccination must have a note from their personal physician or nurse practitioner recommending a booster dose. In addition, anyone 16 and older who works in one of the following prioritized job classifications is strongly encouraged to take advantage of the increased protection of a booster dose:
- Nursing home and assisted living staff
- Healthcare workers
- First responders
- People who work or live in congregate residential facilities
- Public transit and school bus drivers
- Teachers/classroom staff and daycare staff
I received a Johnson & Johnson vaccine originally. Can I get a second dose?
Citizens who originally received the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccination must have a note from their personal physician or nurse practitioner recommending a booster dose. Limited supply of the J&J vaccine is available. Citizens should talk to a healthcare provider about the possibility of receiving a Pfizer or Moderna booster if the J&J vaccine is unavailable.
What information is collected during registration?
Name, date of birth, home address, email, phone number (cell or home) and name of primary care provider. No personal health information will be collected.
Is registration required?
Yes, registration is required.
How do I register an individual with special needs for whom I am the primary caregiver?
Enter the individual’s information (name, date of birth, home address) for the individual 16 years of age or older. Please provide your phone contact information on the registration form.
How do I register an elderly person for whom I am the primary caregiver?
Enter the individual’s information (name, date of birth, home address) for the individual. Please provide your phone contact information on the registration form.
Will the information provided for the registration remain confidential/HIPPA compliant?
Yes. Your information will only be accessed by the Calvert County Health Department. No personal health information will be collected during registration.
I lost my CDC vaccination card. Can you look me up?
No. Citizens may view and print copies of their immunization record through the Maryland MyIR website at https://md.myir.net. If your account information is incorrect or you need assistance logging into the MyIR website, contact ImmuNet at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What information do I need to bring to my appointment?
Individuals must bring proof of prior vaccination to their appointment to receive a booster or third dose.
Can I receive my flu vaccination as well?
Some clinics will offer both COVID-19 vaccines and flu vaccines. They are both approved to be received at the same time, the recommendation is one in each arm.
How does the COVID-19 vaccine work?
The COVID-19 vaccines help our bodies develop immunity to the virus that causes COVID-19. For more information, please visit the CDC website on how vaccines work.
Are the COVID-19 Vaccines safe?
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted Emergency Use Authorizations (EUA) for COVID-19 vaccines which have been shown to be safe and effective as determined by data and findings from large clinical trials. Please visit vaccine safety for additional information.
Can a COVID-19 vaccine make me sick with COVID-19?
No. None of the authorized and recommended COVID-19 vaccines or COVID-19 vaccines currently in development in the United States contain the live virus that causes COVID-19. This means that a COVID-19 vaccine cannot make you sick with COVID-19.
When will kids 5 years and older be approved?
While we cannot predict when approval for younger age groups might occur, the Calvert County Health Department has partnered with local health care providers and will announce vaccination plans for children 5 years and older when official approval is given.