I thought I would take a little time this morning and document the various locations where you can obtain your COVID-19 vaccination in Howard County. Here are the locations in Howard County listed by the State of Maryland: https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/pages/vaccine

Vaccinations are available through hospitals, local health departments, pharmacies, and mass vaccination sites. If you are eligible to receive a vaccine, contact providers as indicated to schedule your appointment. Vaccinations are appointment-only.

Pharmacies

CVS Fulton

8197 Westside Blvd., Fulton, MD 20759
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800-746-7290
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Those without online access can contact CVS Customer Service at (800) 746-7287.


Walgreens Columbia

5585 Twin Knolls Rd Columbia MD 21045
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Walgreens Clarksville

12400 Auto Dr Clarksville MD 21029
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Giant Food Elkridge

6020 Marshalee Dr Elkridge MD 21075
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410-379-6607
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Walgreens Ellicott City

10097 Baltimore National Pike Ellicott City MD 21042
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Walgreens Ellicott City

9150 Baltimore National Pike Ellicott City MD 21042
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Giant Food Ellicott City

9200 Baltimore National Pike, Suite A Ellicott City MD 21043
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410-461-3178
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Local Health Departments

Howard County Health Department

8930 Stanford Blvd. Columbia, MD 21045
Contact this location for more information
General Website
410-313-6284

Additional information from the HoCo Health Website:

COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics at Howard Community College’s Athletics & Fitness Center

Appointments are required for all clinics. No walk-ins will be accepted.

Address:  4950 Campus Dr., Columbia, MD 21044 (Enter Campus from Little Patuxent Pkwy)
***For GPS or Google Maps/Waze enter Howard Community College, Campus Drive.***  Clinic is in the Athletic & Fitness Center (The center is wheelchair accessible.)
For a map of the HCC campus, click HERE or on the map below

What to expect: Howard County Health Department COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment

Map of Howard Community College Campus. CLick for larger versionIf you have an appointment and are part of the group designated for vaccine during a specific clinic, you WILL receive vaccine. You do not need to arrive early for your appointment. We will have a vaccine ready for you when you arrive. Please plan to arrive no more than 10 minutes early for your scheduled appointment.

Here is a photo from that location:


Hospital / Clinic Sites

Howard County General Hospital

5755 Cedar Lane, Columbia, MD 21044
Contact this location for more information
General Website


Those are the locations in Howard County noted on the state of Maryland website on February 23rd. Be sure to check out this site for the most up to date information:

https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/pages/vaccine

Maryland is in Phase 1C – Currently Eligible Groups:

  • All licensed, registered and certified health care providers
  • Front line hospital staff
  • Nursing home residents and staff
  • Individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • Assisted living, independent living, behavioral health and developmentally disabled group homes, and other congregate facilities
  • Law enforcement and firefighters, EMS
  • Education staff, including K-12 teachers, support staff and daycare providers
  • Correctional health care staff and officers
  • Public safety workers not covered in Phase 1A
  • Health care workers not covered in Phase 1A, including but not limited to lab services, public health, vaccine manufacturing and other health care professions
  • Front line judiciary staff
  • Continuity of government
  • Food/agriculture production, critical manufacturing, U.S. Postal Service, public mass transit, grocery store employees
  • Veterinarians and support staff
  • Clergy and other essential support for houses of worship
  • Adults age 65 and older
  • Individuals who are currently receiving hospital-based treatment, including in hospital outpatient centers, AND diagnosed with at least one of the following conditions:
    • Cancer patients who are currently in active treatment
    • End stage renal disease patients requiring hemodialysis
    • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
    • Solid organ transplant recipients
    • Sickle cell disease patients
    • Diabetic patients (Type 1 and Type 2)
  • Individuals who are diagnosed with these medical conditions but are not currently receiving hospital-based treatment, including in hospital outpatient centers, will be eligible to receive the vaccine in Maryland’s Phase 2 COVID-19 vaccine distribution.

If you are included in one of the groups listed above, you are currently eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination.

At this time, the federal government is giving the state approximately 12,000 doses/day for over 2 million people who are eligible. Supply is very limited.

Scott E

7 COMMENTS

  1. Thank you for posting excellent info! By the way, please look into 2nd, even first appointments being cancelled this week because “the supply didn’t arrive” – won’t that throw off the entire schedule for weeks to come? How can they be giving first when they have to move the required second forward??

  2. My wife and I are 85 years old. When do we get our appointment for covid vaccination? We have registered several times without getting any appointment.

  3. Maryland state population is 6 million approximately.
    Howard county population is 336,000 approximately.
    On February 25th there were approximately 38,000 vaccinations in Maryland and approximately 900 in Howard county.
    Considering HOCO population represents 5.3% of the state, that means our county should have received approximately 2000 vaccinations, assuming there is a proportional activity.
    So why we are more than 1,000 vaccines short in HOCO?!?
    And this is happening for the last few days. Am I wrong?

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