COVID-19 in Montgomery County, PA

Below is the latest information and updates about COVID-19 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.


  • Vaccine Registration: COVID-19 vaccine registration is open to anyone age 16 and older who lives or works in Montgomery County. Phone pre-registration is available for seniors and people without internet access Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. by calling 833-875-3967.
  • Vaccine Frequently Asked QuestionsCheck out the list of vaccine FAQs to get answers to questions about registration, appointments, and provider enrollment.

Vaccine Pre-registration with Other Providers: There are a number of locations in Montgomery County that are distributing vaccine, they are listed on the PA Department of Health (DOH) vaccine provider map. Each site has its own registration process that is separate from the County. The Montgomery County Office of Public Health does not provide vaccines to these locations and does not have any control over how the vaccine is distributed as this is a function of PA DOH. Wherever a resident goes to receive their first dose of vaccine is where they need to go to get their second dose. 

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Montgomery County COVID-19 testing sites are open various hours each weekday at six locations across the County weather permitting. Testing is available to anyone who lives, works or goes to school in Montgomery County. Appointments can be made on weekdays starting at 7 a.m. online or starting at 8:30 a.m. by calling (610) 970-2937.


A full breakdown of all Montgomery County COVID-19 cases can be found on the COVID-19 Data Hub. The Hub hosts the County’s COVID-19 maps, data, and charts that show the number of daily cases and deaths related to COVID-19, including hospitalizations and ventilator use. There is also demographic information on cases by age, gender and race.


2021 MontcoStrong Hospitality Industry Program

Hospitality Industry GRANTS

Hospitality industry businesses negatively impacted by COVID-19 can apply for up to $50,000 in grant funding through the MontcoStrong 2021 Hospitality Industry Recovery Program. Grant awards will be in increments from $5,000 to $50,000. Applicants will be required to submit documentation of expenses incurred and paid during the eligible expense period. Eligible businesses must have their primary business activity in NAICS subsector 721 (Accommodations) or subsector 722 (Food Services and Drinking Places).

Rent and Utility Relief

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: Briefings on Montgomery County’s COVID-19 mitigation efforts are held each Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. They are streamed live on Montgomery County’s Facebook page and recordings are uploaded to 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


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.

Volunteer to Pre-Register People for the Vaccine by Phone: We are looking for people to help seniors and individuals without internet access pre-register for a COVID-19 vaccine. Click here to sign up.

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.