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Baltimore is making a portal for all residents to pre-register for the COVID-19 vaccine – WBAL TV Baltimore

THIS IS AN OE STOP SPOT FOR ALL CITY RESIDENTS THAT MUST REGISTER TO GET THE COVID-19 VACCINE SHOT. IT HAS STARTED AT COV AX.BALTIMORECITY.GOV. IT'S FOR EVERYONE IN THE CITY 16 AND OLDER. >> WE WILL CONTINUE INNOVATING IN BALTIMORE, THIS IS THE BEST WAY TO SERVE OUR RESIDENTS AND ENSURE THAT OUR MOST GUILTY COMMUNITIES ARE NOT LEFT. THE SYSTEM WILL NOT WORK ON A.

Baltimore is creating a portal for all residents to pre-register for the COVID-19 vaccine

Updated: 6:24 p.m. EDT April 1, 2021

The Baltimore City Health Department now has a one-stop portal that allows all residents to pre-register for the COVID-19 vaccine. The website covax.baltimorecity.gov is a portal for pre-registering vaccinations for all residents of Baltimore City. There are no longer separate forms for separate groups of people. The health department now uses a single form to pre-register eligible city residents. The system does not work based on availability. The health department will continue to focus on equity and vaccinations for those at higher risk for the time being. Anyone who has already registered with the city to make an appointment does not have to use the new portal, as they are already on the city's list. These people will be contacted as soon as a vaccine appointment is available. Ineligible older adults, people with intellectual or developmental disabilities, or their caregivers should also complete the interest forms that include a question about whether the person seeking a vaccine is homebound. This information will influence the public relations work of the Ministry of Health in the coming weeks. These people can still call the Maryland Access Point helpline at 410-396-2273 if they do not have Internet access. A representative will help them fill out their form.

The Baltimore City Health Department now has a one-stop portal that all residents can use to pre-register for the COVID-19 vaccine.

The covax.baltimorecity.gov website, announced on Thursday, is a vaccination pre-registration portal for all Baltimore City residents aged 16 and over.

There are no longer any separate forms for separate groups of people. The health department now uses a single form to pre-register eligible city residents. The system does not work based on availability. The health department will continue to focus on equity and vaccinations for those at higher risk for the time being.

Anyone who has already registered with the city to get an appointment does not have to use the new portal, as it is already on the city's list. These people will be contacted as soon as a vaccine appointment is available.

Eligible older adults, those with intellectual or developmental disabilities, or their caregivers should also complete the interest forms that include a question about whether the person seeking a vaccine is homebound. This information will influence the public relations work of the Ministry of Health in the coming weeks. These people can still call the Maryland Access Point helpline at 410-396-2273 if they do not have Internet access. A representative will help them fill out their form.

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