The Mid-Atlantic Latinx Vaccine Equity Coalition’s mission is to get the overall Latino population of Maryland vaccinated. We are a hard working and dedicated coalition that wants to keep our fellow Latinos safe against the deadly COVID-19 virus.

Out of the 3,379,800 Marylanders who have gotten fully vaccinated, roughly 8% of that number are Latino. These numbers are as recent as of June 2021, according to the Baltimore Sun. That makes the number of fully vaccinated Latinos roughly 270,384. The overall Latino population in Maryland is about 606,482. Our goal is to push to get as close to that number as possible. With our team of dedicated workers and volunteers, we intend to continue pushing the number in an upward direction. 

MALVEC is not a coalition that is specific to one county, we cover all counties in Maryland. Our efforts are for the benefit of all Latinos in the state.

Our Partners:


Latinos in Maryland

Coalition Members
Coalition Community-Based Organizations
Latest News:
Lilliam Rivera-Mendoza - Baltimore County Community Health Worker

Lilliam Rivera-Mendoza – Baltimore County Community Health Worker

MALVEC has had the pleasure of having community...
Madelin Martinez

Madelín Martínez – MALVEC Community Health Worker

As we progress through the COVID-19 pandemic,...
Jhoselyn Rodriguez - MALVEC Community Health Worker

Jhoselyn Rodriguez – MALVEC Community Health Worker

The Mid-Atlantic Latinx Vaccine Equity...
Voluntarias durante una clínica de vacunación

One Clinic, Many Results: Our community health workers address gaps in health care services  

The link between hosting vaccine clinics at an elementary school and having a great community turnout is the eminently important connection that these institutions have with community members.

MALVEC Partners – Center of Help

The Center of Help has been giving back to the Latinx community in Annapolis since 1999. Their services have given Latinos the opportunity to get educated on learning, citizenship, and life post-education. The Center of Help’s efforts to give back to the Latinx community has been key to getting Latinos vaccinated during these dire times.