Let’s end COVID, Maryland.
Getting the COVID-19 vaccine opens a new world of possibilities: hanging with friends, visiting family, and living your best life. Do it to protect yourself and your loved ones.
Benefits of Getting Vaccinated
Getting the COVID-19 vaccine allows you to get back to doing the things you love. You can finally visit with Grandma safely, go with friends to a show, and even get back to playing sports. It keeps you and your loved ones safe. Do it for them and for yourself.
Unofficial side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine include:
Celebrating your vaccination will bring you to your feet.
Safely rejoin family. They’ve missed you!
First date butterflies
Get vaccinated and get back out there.
A truckton of yeet
Getting vaccinated makes you a winner.
Is Maryland going to require a vaccine passport?
Maryland has no plans for a vaccine passport. We strongly encourage all eligible Marylanders to get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible.
Hear first responders, health care workers, and community leaders talk about the vaccine, why they’re getting vaccinated, and how the vaccine can help you.
Rode and Steve Twilley
Yvette Rode and Steve Twilley, Firefighters/Paramedics for the Ocean City Fire Department, believe in the COVID-19 vaccine. “The way we get back to some kind of normalcy is to get as many people vaccinated as possible.” said Twilley. Learn more about how you can do your part to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your community
Bob and Kendel Ehrlich
Bob and Kendel Ehrlich, 60th Governor and former First Lady of Maryland, got vaccinated to protect their family, friends and themselves. They acknowledge that it’s not a simple choice to get vaccinated, but it’s the right choice. GoVAX, Maryland
Juan Dixon, Head Basketball Coach at Coppin State University, is going to get the COVID-19 vaccine because “it’s the right thing to do.” He’s encouraging everyone to do their part to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett
Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett, Viral Immunologist, Vaccine Research Center at the National Institutes of Health, explains why the COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective.