COVID-19 in Montgomery County, PA
Below is the latest information and updates about COVID-19 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
- Vaccine Registration: The COVID-19 vaccine is available to anyone age 12 and older (Pfizer) or 18 and older (J&J). Walk-ups are accepted at all vaccine clinics. To see a list of locations and hours, visit our vaccine page or call (833) 875-3967.
- Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions: Check out the list of vaccine FAQs to get answers to questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.
Vaccine Providers in Pennsylvania: There are a number of locations in Montgomery County that are distributing vaccine, they are listed on vaccines.gov.
COVID-19 DATA HUB
COVID-19 Rent and Utility Relief
The Rent and Utility Relief Program, administered by Your Way Home, allows eligible households to receive up to 12 months of assistance for rent and utility bills dating back to March 13, 2020. Assistance can be for past due rent and/or utility payments or future rent payments. Funding for security deposits, first and/or last month of rent is also eligible as part of the program. There is no financial limit on the amount of assistance a household can receive.
COVID-19 Virtual Briefings: Recordings of all Montgomery County’s COVID-19 virtual briefings can be found on the County’s Department of Public Safety YouTube channel.
COVID-19 Virtual Town Halls: Montgomery County, PA continues to host virtual COVID-19 Town Halls to answer your questions and concerns about the vaccine. This YouTube playlist shows all vaccine town halls held to date. There is no cost to attend any of these events and registration is open to all. To check the calendar for upcoming events, visit www.montcopa.org/calendar.
VOLUNTEER & DONATE
Volunteer at Vaccination Clinics: The Montgomery County Medical Reserve Corps is serving as our clearinghouse for all medical and non-medical volunteers. Please apply at the SERVPA website.
Donation Opportunities: The County does not accept monetary donations. However, we encourage all to give generously to the Montgomery County Anti-Hunger Network (MAHN) or the Montco COVID-19 Relief Fund.