All Marylanders 16 and older will be eligible for vaccines as of Monday, April 12.
The state has opened a walk-up vaccine line at the mass vaccination centers in Salisbury and Hagerstown, and will open a line at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore during the week of April 12. For more information on vaccine eligibility, guidelines and timelines, please click here.
We have a limited number of doses for established Chase Brexton patients with access to our patient portal who meet the state's eligibility requirements. To schedule your vaccination, visit https://chasebrexton.myezyaccess.com/ezbooking.
Please note – Per Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Letitia Dzirasa, patients with underlying health conditions seeking a vaccine do not require a letter from a health care provider as proof of the condition. Also, Chase Brexton has not yet received Pfizer vaccines approved for use on individuals 16 to 18 years of age, and will only be able to vaccinate individuals 18 and older.
These additional resources may help you locate a vaccine appointment near you:
- The Maryland Department of Health has an easy way to find a vaccine clinic near you. Click here to search for clinics using your zip code.
- The Maryland Department of Aging has a support number you can call: 855-MDGOVAX (855-634-6829). Open 7 days a week from 7am-10pm, the line is open to volunteers who will help people sign up for vaccine appointments.
- VaccineFinder.org is a volunteer-run appointment finder system with live updates on local stocks of vaccine. Click here to search for providers with open vaccine appointments.
- All Marylanders age 16 and older can now pre-register for an appointment to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at a mass vaccination site.
Common symptoms of COVID-19 can range from mild to serious. If you have mild to moderate symptoms, it is best to contact us, stay home, and follow the instructions below.
- Fever or feeling feverish
- Dry, unproductive cough
- Trouble breathing
- Sore throat
- Loss of smell and/or taste
- Repeated shaking with chills
- Muscle pain
See below for ways to take care of yourself if your symptoms are mild or moderate. You can also check your symptoms on the CDC's symptom checker. If your symptoms become more severe - a fever over 103, severe coughing, or severe trouble breathing, call 911 and tell them you suspect COVID-19.