In Frederick County, as of January 21, 2021, over 12,000 residents have received their first vaccination for COVID-19. Currently, the county is vaccinating people in group 1A and those who are 75 years and older who live or work in Frederick County. Residents who are interested in receiving the vaccine must visit the website at www.FrederickCountyMD.gov/CovidVaccine, and complete the “Vaccine Interest Form” located in the blue box. Please note, completing this form does NOT make an appointment for you to get the vaccine.
They will contact people who have registered on this form by priority group as they receive more vaccines.
You will be contacted by the email you provide in the form. When you are contacted, you will need to register for your appointment online.
You only need to complete the form once.
It may be several days, weeks, or longer until you are contacted since it depends on vaccine availability.
If you are unable to complete the form online, you may call the Frederick County COVID-19 Appointment line at 301-600-7900, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Please note that this call center is specifically to help people make appointments if they cannot do so themselves online. They are asking our community to please check on friends, family, or neighbors who may not be able to make their appointment online and help them with that process so that the call center can help those most in need. Appointments slots continue to be limited, but more will be available each week.