Prince George’s County COVID-19 Vaccination News

See the September 3 Prince George’s County COVID-19 Vaccination Update for more county vaccination information.

3 de septiembre de 2021 Actualización de vacunación contra COVID-19 del Condado de Prince George

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Thanks to the generous donation of 4,000 tickets by Six Flags America, Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks and the Prince George’s County Health Department have announced that each person 12 and older who receives a COVID-19 vaccination at the Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex clinic will also receive two FREE tickets to Six Flags on the spot!

The offer ends Friday, September 17th. Tickets are limited and are valid through Sunday, September 19th. There is a six-ticket limit per family.

Walk-ins and appointments are accepted at the Sports and Learning vaccination clinic. Scan the QR code in the accompanying flyer if you want an appointment.

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¡Boletos gratis a Six Flags disponibles!

¡Termine el verano con una explosión este fin de semana de Día de Trabajo en Six Flags!

Gracias a la generosa donación de 4,000 boletos de Six Flags America, la ejecutiva del condado de Prince George, Angela Alsobrooks y el Departamento de Salud del condado de Prince George, han anunciado que cada persona de 12 años o más que reciba una vacuna COVID-19 en la clínica del Complejo Deportivo y de Aprendizaje de Prince George recibirá dos boletos GRATIS para Six Flags en el momento!

La oferta termina el viernes 17 de septiembre. Las entradas son limitadas y válidas hasta el domingo 19 de septiembre. Hay un límite de seis boletos por familia.

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Prince George’s County Expands Its Mobile Vaccination Capacity

County adds three vehicles to its fleet, significantly increasing its ability to reach residents amid nationwide Delta variant surge

LARGO, MD – Prince George’s County has added three new vehicles to its mobile COVID-19 vaccination units, significantly expanding its ability to reach homebound residents and others in the community. The addition of these mobile units allows the County to more quickly schedule vaccinations for homebound residents while continuing to schedule vaccine events in the community. 

 “Since the beginning of this pandemic, we have said that we need to meet residents where they are. We have taken many steps to reduce barriers to vaccination, and this is yet another example of our commitment to vaccine equity,” said County Executive Angela Alsobrooks. “It is not always easy for residents to travel to get a COVID-19 vaccine, but it is important that all residents get one. We have been bringing the vaccines directly to residents and I’m proud to say that we will now be able to do that in even greater numbers.”

The expansion of the mobile vaccine units comes as the County begins to administer COVID-19 boosters to immunocompromised residents, along with a major push to vaccinate school-aged children ages 12-18.

 Prince George’s County was one of the first to deploy mobile vaccine units to target communities that are lagging in vaccination rates, part of the Alsobrooks Administration’s commitment to ensuring that COVID-19 vaccines are distributed equitably. As of September 1, 2021, 76.9% of residents 12 and older have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. In addition, 90.5% of seniors (ages 65 and older) have received at least one dose.

Press Release August 26

Prince George’s County to Give Away 4,000 Six Flags America Tickets to Residents Who Get Vaccinated Against Covid-19

LARGO, MD – Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks, along with the Prince George’s County Health Department, announced today that the County is offering a new incentive to residents who get vaccinated. Due to the generous donation of 4,000 tickets by Six Flags America, Prince George’s County residents who receive a COVID-19 vaccine can receive two free tickets to Six Flags America, while supplies last.

“We are Prince George’s Proud to work with Six Flags America to promote vaccination efforts throughout the County,” said Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks. “While we have made significant strides in our efforts to vaccinate all of our eligible residents, we recognize that we must also continue to work to reach our most vulnerable populations. We hope that offering families a much-needed day of fun and excitement at Six Flags will encourage more of our residents to get vaccinated and be Proud to be Protected against COVID-19.”

Beginning today, all Prince George’s County residents 12 and older who receive a COVID-19 vaccine at the Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex will receive two free tickets to Six Flags America. Tickets will be provided while supplies last or until Friday, September 17, 2021, and can be used on any public operating day through Sunday, September 19, 2021.

“Six Flags America is proud to support vaccination efforts in Prince George’s County,” said Six Flags America Park President Richard Pretlow. “After serving as a mass vaccination site this spring—resulting in nearly 340,000 vaccines delivered—we are hopeful that this ticket donation will help reach underrepresented communities. We are excited to offer a day of thrills at Six Flags to help encourage residents to get vaccinated.” Residents should visit mypgc.us/COVIDVaccine for clinic operating hours or to schedule an appointment at the Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex. Walk-ins are also accepted.