Excerpts below from the Montgomery County Maryland Government announcement/bulletin ‘Maryland Residents 16-and Over Eligible to Receive COVID-19 Vaccinations Starting Monday, April 12; 38 Percent of County Residents Have Received At Least One Dose‘ (April 7, 2021).
All Maryland residents 16-and-over will be eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccination at all State-operated, County-operated and privately operated vaccine clinics in the State starting Monday, April 12,  by order of Governor Larry Hogan. Covered by the order is the new State-supported mass vaccination center at the Germantown campus of Montgomery County, which officially opened today, Thursday, April 8. Eligibility does not equal an immediate appointment. According to State statistics updated this morning, 38 percent of County residents have received at least one dose of vaccine and 21.5 percent are fully vaccinated.
Preregistration and appointments are required for all vaccination centers in the County. Preregistration for a County-operated center at https://montgomerycountymd.gov/covid19/vaccine/#preregister. Preregister for a State vaccination center at https://onestop.md.gov/preregistration or by calling 1-855-MDGOVAX (1-855-634-6829).
Residents are encouraged to preregister with the State and with the County—and advised to take the first vaccination appointment they are offered at any clinic.
Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich joined Governor Hogan and members of the County Council for a tour of the new Germantown site on Wednesday, April 7. As a State-supported site, the Germantown center will be available to all Marylanders.