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COVID-19 Update

Due to interest in the COVID-19 vaccines, we are experiencing an extremely high call volume. Please understand that our phone lines must be clear for urgent medical care needs. We are unable to accept phone calls to schedule COVID-19 vaccinations at this time. When this changes, we will update this website. Our vaccine supply remains limited. Read all COVID-19 Vaccine Information.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Information and Updates A close-up of a patient receiving a COVID-19 vaccine from a healthcare professional.
 
 
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Johns Hopkins Medicine Pauses Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

Out of an abundance of caution, Johns Hopkins Medicine will temporarily stop using the J&J vaccine, pending CDC and FDA reviews. (Posted April 13) Read full story.

Vaccine Supply Update

Johns Hopkins Medicine will continue to offer COVID-19 vaccinations to our eligible patients who live in Maryland and Washington, D.C. Our vaccine supply is quite limited compared with local mass vaccination sites. Appointments may not be available immediately at our locations.


Resources to help you get a vaccine.
We encourage you to use all resources available to you to find a vaccination clinic. Please review our Community Vaccine Resources.

If you are offered a COVID-19 vaccination from a mass vaccination site, please take it. Do not wait to get your vaccination from Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Learn about our vaccination efforts.

Please do not call for COVID-19 vaccine appointments.
We must keep our phone lines clear for people with urgent and acute medical care needs. Please check this page frequently for updates.

Once you are vaccinated, please continue to practice safety guidelines.
If you come to an appointment at any Johns Hopkins Medicine care facility, you will still be screened for COVID-19. We do this even if you have received a vaccine because there is some evidence that even when vaccinated, a person may still be able to carry the virus and infect others.

Read about continued safety measures after you are vaccinated.

 
 

Community Vaccine Resources

As supply is so small across Johns Hopkins Medicine, we encourage our patients and community members to take advantage of any opportunity to schedule a vaccination appointment through other state and local health care organizations and agencies. Do not wait to get the COVID-19 vaccine from Johns Hopkins Medicine.

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