BALTIMORE (WJZ) – All Baltimore City residents 16 and older can now pre-register for the COVID-19 vaccine through the Vaccination Pre-Registration Portal.
The new portal is designed to put people on the list in preparation for April 27, the day all Marylanders 16 and older are eligible for the vaccine.
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You can access it here.
The city has used separate forms for separate population groups in the past, but now uses a single form to pre-register eligible residents.
If you are already registered with the city, you do not need to use the new portal. You're already on the city's list! They said they would get in touch with you as soon as a vaccine appointment is available.
The list is not first come, first served, city officials said.
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"I want to be very clear on this point – this list is not first come, first served." We continue to focus on equity and vaccination of those at higher risk first, ”said Dr. Letitia Dzirasa, Baltimore City Health Commissioner.
They will also announce plans to enroll people who do not have internet access.
Eligible older adults, those with intellectual or developmental disabilities, or their caregivers should also complete the interest forms that include whether the person seeking a vaccine lives in their home country.
You can call the Maryland Access Point helpline at 410-396-2273 if you do not have Internet access. A representative will help you fill out the form.
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