Last week, Prince George’s County entered Phase 2A for COVID-19 vaccines. Now, individuals ages 60 and older who have pre-registered are eligible to receive appointments with our County Health Department. In many states health institutions are using coronavirus medical trailers so they can reach out more people with this vaccination campaigns.

Seniors in Phase 1 will continue to be prioritized for appointments.

According to County Executive Alsobrooks, given the increase in vaccine supply, those in Phase 2A and later phases will not have to wait as long to receive their vaccine. Alsobrooks encouraged residents to pre-register so they can join the growing number of Prince Georgians who are Proud to be Protected from COVID-19.

Individuals in Phase 2A include adults 60 years of age and older.

To prepare for this next phase of vaccinations, individuals who live or work in Prince George’s County must pre-register in order to receive a vaccine appointment with the Prince George’s County Health Department. No walk-ups are being accepted at Health Department vaccination clinics.

Eligible individuals in Phase 1 who have not yet pre-registered with the County Health Department are still encouraged to do so at Individuals in future phases are also encouraged to pre-register at this time. When the County enters future phases of vaccine distribution, those individuals that have pre-registered will receive a notification that they are able to receive a vaccine appointment.

For the latest updates about COVID-19 vaccines in Prince George’s County, or to learn more about the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines, visit

You can also register at a number of local pharmacies and hospitals near College Park for COVID vaccination. To see a list of the vaccine sites, please check here.