Let’s end COVID, Maryland.
COVID-19 vaccines are here. They are safe, effective, and authorized for use by our country’s leading medical experts. And, they are our best chance to end the pandemic. It’s going to take time and patience, but we are making progress. When it’s your turn, get vaccinated. Protect yourself, your loved ones, and your community.
We’ll Get Through This Together
Does Governor Hogan’s announcement that Maryland will move out of a state of emergency on July 1 mean that people do not need to wear masks on MTA buses and trains and MARC trains?
GoVAX ambassadors talk about the vaccine, why they’re getting vaccinated, and how the vaccine can help you.
Brigadier General Janeen L. Birckhead
Brigadier General Janeen L. Birckhead, head of the Maryland Vaccine Equity Task Force, is working closely with community leaders to bring the vaccine to more people and distribute it closer to where they live. Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine and why you should get it when it’s your turn.
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
Angela Alsobrooks, Prince George’s County Executive encourages all Marylanders to take this vaccine, not just for ourselves but for those we love. Learn more about why she got the COVID-19 vaccine and why you should too.
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.
Reverend and Mrs. Watley
Reverend and Mrs. Watley of Kingdom Fellowship AME Church encourage you to keep on slowing the spread of COVID-19 until it’s your turn to get vaccinated.
Dr. Kathleen Page
Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Kathleen Page pledges to help make health care, and the vaccine, accessible to Latino communities.
Dr. Jerome Adams
Jacqueline C. Hrabowski & Dr. Freeman Hrabowski
Jacqueline C. Hrabowski and her husband, Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, discuss why they participated in vaccine trials.