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Coronavirus Testing

Pre-registration for Public Testing

It’s best to get testing through your provider, but if you need to use public testing, you can save time in line by visiting to create a profile from your smartphone, tablet, or computer.

Get Vaccinated

Take the Shot, DC.

Find appointments at pharmacies, clinics and health care providers across DC:

Find opportunities to get vaccinated or boosted today at District-operated COVID Centers by going to or if you’re homebound, call 1-855-363-0333.

People 6 months and older can get vaccinated at COVID Centers.

COVID Centers

At the District's COVID Centers, individuals will have access to vaccinations, boosters, and take-home rapid antigen tests as well as a new walk-up testing opportunity which will allow residents to administer and register a PCR test themselves.

Find a COVID Center Near You


Infants and Children 6 months – 4 years
can get vaccinated. The vaccine is safe, effective and lowers the chance of infants and children getting and spreading COVID-19. Infants and children will receive a smaller dose of either the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine than what adults receive.

Vaccination Site for 6 months to 4-year-olds

Ward Facility Name Address Notes
Ward 1

Mary’s Center – Ontario Road

2333 Ontario Road, NW

Howard University Hospital  2041 Georgia Avenue, NW

La Clinica Del Pueblo 2831 15th Street, NW (202) 462-4788
Ward 2 West End Pediatrics 2440 M Street NW, Suite 804

Bread for the City Medical Clinic 1525 7th Street, NW
GUMC Medstar – Pediatrics 4200 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, 4th Floor
Dr. Michelle Barnes Marshall 2440 M Street, NW, Suite 317 (202) 775-0051
Ward 3 Spring Valley Pediatrics 4850 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 200
Ward 4 Mary’s Center – Georgia Avenue 3912 Georgia Avenue, NW
Ward 5 The McCuiston Group 106 Irving Street, NW, Suite 317
McKnight Pediatrics 106 Irving Street, NW, Suite 2300 N
Mary’s Center – Ft. Totten 100 Gallatin Street, NE
Ward 6 Grubb’s Pharmacy 326 E Capitol Street, NE
Ward 7 Elaine Ellis Center of Health 1627 Kenilworth Avenue, NE (202) 803-2340


Find other opportunities to get vaccinated today, including at pharmacies and clinics across all eight wards, at

Can't leave your home? Call 1-855-363-0333 and we'll come to you!

For any questions regarding the vaccine program, please email [email protected].

Vaccine Exchange Program for District Employers and Community-Based and Faith-Based Organizations to Host a Vaccine Clinic for Employees or Members

The Vaccine Exchange Program connects District organizations, including faith-based and community-based organizations as well as District employers, with vaccine providers that can assist with providing COVID-19 vaccinations to large groups in the community or workplace. Through the program, organizations are now able to submit requests for a vaccine clinic and vaccine providers are able to accept those requests and schedule clinics. Organizations interested in offering a vaccination clinic can submit a request here.


  • DC Veterans and spouses can call the DC VA Medical Center to schedule appointment at (202) 745-4342.

Hospital Patients

Schedule a Hospital Appointment

Schedule a Health Center Appointment

If you are a patient at one of the following health centers, please contact them to see if there is any schedule availability for appointments. 

Need Transportation?

The District’s Medicaid Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) cover all transportation (free of charge), to and from, all medically necessary covered services and appointments.  To request transportation, the Enrollee should call the following number to schedule the service: 

  • AmeriHealth Caritas DC | Call 1-800-315-3485. Rides available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • CareFirst Community Health Plan DC | Call MTM1 at 1-855-824-5693. Rides available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Health Services for Children with Special Needs | Call SET Transportation at 1-866-991-5433
  • MedStar Family Choice DC | Call 1-866-201-9974


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Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccines