COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

COVID-19 Vaccine Bulletin May 7

Prince George\’s County COVID-19 Vaccination Update

Dear Prince Georgians:

  • There are more ways to get vaccinated than ever before, and we are putting our outreach efforts into overdrive to help spread the word and put an end to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Join us, along with radio personality Joe Clair and the Commission for Fathers, Men and Boys, on May 14 for our 24-hour Vaccine-a-thon at the Wayne Curry Sports & Learning Complex. The event is open to ages 16 and over and will feature prizes, special guests, snacks and give-a-ways. Secure your spot for the Vaccine-a-thon by booking an appointment at Walk-ups are also welcomed. Please note, minors under the age of 18 must have parental consent and be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • The County Health Department is also extending clinic hours and appointment availability at the following County-operated COVID-19 vaccination clinics this weekend:
    • Friday, May 7, 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM
      • Wayne K. Curry Sports & Learning Complex
      • Southern Regional Technology & Recreation Center
      • Laurel-Beltsville Senior Activity Center
    • Saturday and Sunday, May 8 and 9, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
      • Wayne K. Curry Sports & Learning Complex
  • Appointments for these extended-hour clinics are required. Individuals can schedule their own first-dose appointments by visiting and selecting one of the clinics on May 7, 8, or 9.
    • The clinics are open to County residents 16 and older. Those who are 16 or 17 years old must have a parent or guardian with them at the clinic to fill out a consent form. For more information about the County’s vaccination operations, please visit our COVID-19 vaccine webpage
  • As a reminder, on Tuesday I announced the launch of a Countywide Vaccine Distribution and Education Initiative that will conduct door-to-door, phone, and text outreach to County residents to help provide information on COVID-19 vaccines and resources related to the If someone from the outreach team contacts you, please answer the door or the phone, as they will also be able to help you schedule a COVID-19 vaccination appointment.
    • Targeted communities will receive the full suite of remote and in-person contact. In total, canvassers will knock on 266,352 doors and are currently targeting the following communities for door-knocking: Bladensburg, Temple Hills, Capitol Heights, Hyattsville, Oxon Hill, College Park, District Heights, Riverdale, Suitland, Langley Park, and Mount Rainier.
    • The canvassing program will also reach the entire County remotely via phone banking and text banking, making over 1.3 million calls and sending over 500,000 text messages throughout the duration of the initiative.
  • Lastly, I’m proud to announce that we hit a new milestone in our vaccination efforts for everyone to be Proud to be Protected from COVID-19. This week, over 582,000 total vaccinations have been provided to County residents and over 250,000 residents are now fully vaccinated. 354,218 residents have received at least one dose of a vaccine, which represents 49.0% of residents ages 16 or older.

Yours in Service,

Angela Alsobrooks

Prince George’s County Executive  



Prince George’s County Vaccine Equity Team

  • The Hyattsville area has been a top priority because of how densely populated the area is, how hard those zip codes were impacted by COVID-19 infections, and lagging vaccination rates as we ramped up our vaccine distribution efforts.
  • However, since April, all four zip codes associated with Hyattsville (20783, 20784, 20785, and 20782) have moved from either the top or middle of our top 10 areas of need for vaccine resources to the bottom or outside the top 10. Currently, 20783 is the only zip code in the top 10 (it was number 1 last month). The following are the most notable changes since March 28:
    • 20783 (Hyattsville) moved from #1 to #8
    • 20737 (Riverdale) moved from #3 to #9
    • 20722 (Brentwood) moved from #12 to #19
  • This was done by ensuring Federally Qualified Health Centers were equipped to distribute vaccine, trusted community leaders helping to amplify the need to be vaccinated, mobile units being targeted to specific areas, and our state and third-party partners following the County’s lead in directing resources to these areas.
  • The data reflects the work being done to pierce densely populated areas and shows that efforts are paying off. The Vaccine Equity Team will continue to focus on the central and southern Inner Beltway communities like Oxon Hill, District Heights, Capitol Heights and Suitland. These communities have steadily risen on the list and will receive greater prioritization now.

Vaccine Tele-Town Hall May 11


On Tuesday, May 11 at 6:00 PM, County Executive Alsobrooks will host a Tele-Town Hall to provide the latest updates on COVID-19 vaccinations in the County, as well as answer questions and concerns from the community. To register, or submit questions or concerns, click here.

Vaccine Supply & Administration

  • The County Health Department has provided over 138,000 vaccinations, including over 8,800 last week. We have already surpassed 5,400 vaccinations this week through May 6.
  • Over 2,200 first doses and 3,100 second doses have been provided as of May 6.
  • To date, the County has received 162,540 vaccines, and has administered 135,576 of those doses (approximately 83.4%). This metric (percentage of vaccine administered) changes day to day as new vaccine shipments come in and the number of second dose vaccines waiting to be given are administered in the days ahead.

Vaccination Locations


While the County Health Department currently operates four vaccination clinics in the County, in addition to three mobile vaccination units, there are a number of vaccination sites available in Prince George’s County that are not operated by the County. We encourage you to sign up at these other sites to increase your options to receive a COVID-19 vaccine appointment.

Please remember that we do not manage nor control appointments, or distribution for any sites besides those operated by our County Health Department.

Prince George’s County Health Department

  • Locations: Health Department’s Cheverly Health Center, Southern Regional Technology & Recreation Complex, Laurel Beltsville Senior Activity Center, Sports & Learning Complex, and Mobile Vaccination Units.
  • Appointments: Individuals who live or work in Prince George’s County should visit to schedule an appointment directly. Individuals who cannot schedule an appointment online on their own should call 311 and press # for assistance.

Greenbelt Metro Station (Not County-Operated)

  • Appointments: Sign up for appointments by visiting and select Greenbelt Metro Station as a preferred site.
  • Individuals can also call the Maryland Department of Health COVID-19 Vaccination Support Center at 1-855-MD-GOVAX (1-855-634-6829) to schedule a vaccine appointment.
  • Walk-ups Welcome:
    • Location: 5717 Greenbelt Metro Drive, Greenbelt, MD
    • Walk-up Hours:
      • Monday – Tuesday, 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
      • Wednesday – Thursday, 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM
      • Friday – Sunday, 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Six Flags America Theme Park & Other State Vaccination Sites (Not County-Operated)

  • Appointments: State operated mass vaccination sites no longer require pre-registration. Visit to schedule an appointment.  
  • Individuals can also call the Maryland Department of Health COVID-19 Vaccination Support Center at 1-855-MD-GOVAX (1-855-634-6829) to schedule vaccine appointments at mass vaccination sites.
  • Drive-ups Welcome:
    • Drive-thru, no-appointment vaccinations are now offered at the Six Flags mass vaccination site, Monday – Sunday from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Additional Non-County Operated Sites

  • Please use our County Vaccine Locator to find additional vaccination sites operated by pharmacies, hospitals and other healthcare partners.

Progress Toward Vaccination Goals

  • As of May 5, over 582,000 vaccines have been provided to 354,218 County residents, with 228,558 residents fully vaccinated.
  • 49% of residents ages 16 and over have received at least one vaccine dose.
  • There are an estimated 728,050 residents ages 16 and older, the minimum age for vaccination.
  • Our goal is to have 473,232 residents vaccinated by this summer, or 65% of this population and 80% by this fall.
  • We are now at 75.0% of our summer goal. Last week we were at 71.5%.

Stay Updated

Stay updated with the latest information about the COVID-19 vaccine using the following tools:

The COVID-19 Data Dashboard: Stay informed of the progress the County is making with vaccine distribution.

Frequently Asked Questions: Get answers to your questions about COVID-19 vaccines.

Latest Updates: The latest updates will be posted at

Communications Toolkit: Help us spread the word about COVID-19 vaccines to family and friends so we can ensure every Prince Georgian is Proud to be Protected.

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