QAC Vaccination Clinics Move from Local Fire Departments to Health Department
Where can I get tested or vaccinated moving forward?
Queen Anne’s County is transitioning operations to accommodate the reduced demand in COVID-19 vaccinations and testing. This will affect the way testing and vaccinations are currently offered to residents. Moving our vaccination clinics to the Health Department and making testing by appointment only will relieve the large amount of staff that is needed for the way these operations are currently run.
Starting June 14th COVID-19 testing at Queen Anne’s County Department of Health will move to Mondays and be by appointment only. To make an appointment you can call our COVID-19 Information number at (443)262-9900. Appointments will be every Monday (excluding holidays) from 9:00 am to 11:00 am.
There are still many testing resources available outside of the county Health Department.
Rapid Testing by appointment
Chester MD by appointment
- LabCorp tests FedExed to your home
Covered by insurance
Beginning June 9th COVID-19 Vaccinations will be offered at the Queen Anne’s County Department of Health by appointment only. You can go to www.covidvax.maryland.gov and search by zip code 21617. You may also call our COVID-19 Information number at (443)262-9900 for assistance with scheduling.
Appointments will be available with the Moderna vaccine for adults 18 years of age and older and the Pfizer vaccine for 12-17-year olds. Vaccinations will be offered on Wednesdays from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm and Thursdays from 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm, at the Health Department.
For adolescents a parent or guardian must be present to receive their shot.
Vaccines are still currently available at most retail pharmacies and several community clinics in the area.
- University of Maryland Shore Regional Health –Chesapeake College
Pre-registration is required by visiting https://www.vaccination- registration.com/umms/ummsall
(Pfizer)Vaccine appointments are available Wednesday –Friday.
Call to make an appointment 410-758-1715
We will continue to post COVID-19 information and resources to our website www.qahealth.org and www.qaccovid.org and our social media @QACDOH and @QACGOV