GoVAX Mobile is Maryland’s COVID-19 mobile vaccination effort.
Through close partnerships, the Maryland Department of Health (MDH), the Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA), and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) work with local jurisdictions to operate mobile COVID-19 vaccination units and outreach teams that provide vaccinations to vulnerable and hard-to-reach Marylanders. The units typically stay in a host location for four to five days at a time and are capable of providing 250 or more doses per day. The outreach teams often deliver approximately 100 to 150 doses at smaller, day-long clinics.
Request a GoVAX Mobile clinic using the Mobile Clinic Request Form.
Note: Data on this dashboard will be updated on Wednesday mornings, prior to noon.
Maryland Vaccine Equity Task Force
The Maryland Vaccine Equity Task Force (VETF) brings vaccination clinics to vulnerable populations and hard-to-reach areas with mobile units provided by the University of Maryland School of Nursing and staffed by the Maryland National Guard. Each unit has the versatility to be used as a walk-in clinic or a drive-up site to administer between 60 to 160 vaccines per mission. Additionally, the VETF provides vaccine doses, staffing, and logistical assistance to support vaccine clinics operated by community partners throughout the state. Learn more about the VETF.
GoVAX Summer Tour
The GoVAX Summer Tour will bring mobile clinics and vaccine outreach to cultural and community events, bars and breweries, and popular destinations across the state this summer. Follow @GoVAXMD on Twitter to learn about upcoming events and check this page for updates.
- Maryland Association of Counties Summer Conference, Ocean City – August 21
Schedule subject to change.