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Do you have questions about COVID-19? Need to schedule a

COVID-19 test?

Call the COVID-19 CALL CENTER (410) 912-6889

Effective 03/18/2020, the Wicomico County Health Department will offer limited services to the public.

Please see each program’s web page to see their current services offered.

 


HURRICANE SEASON

PREPARE

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COVID-19 RELATED RESOURCES

Tips to Help Prepare for Natural Disasters

Ready.gov – Hurricanes

Know Your Zone – Find your evacuation zone

 

National Weather Service

National Hurricane Center

 

CDC – Hurricanes & COVID-19

Preparing for Disasters During COVID-19

Prepare pou Dezas Pandan COVID-19

Preparación ante desastres durante la pandemia de COVID-19

 


 

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Wicomico County has 5 new confirmed positive cases of COVID-19. Wicomico County has a total of 1,361 total cases(since March 19th). Please remember to wear a mask in public places and social distance when possible. #saferathome ... See MoreSee Less

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From the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration: With temperatures soaring this week, please take care to stay hydrated and remember to check for children and pets before exiting your vehicle. Never leave them inside; not even for a minute. ... See MoreSee Less

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Wearing a mask that covers both your nose AND mouth helps protect those around you from COVID-19. When others wear their masks correctly, they help protect those around them, including you. #MasksOnMaryland

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Salisbury University students, faculty, and staff testing will be Aug 14,15, and 17 all have to be tested before coming to the university. Details below ... See MoreSee Less

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"Maryland continues to report declines in key COVID-19 metrics, including another record-low positivity rate, and a decline in total current hospitalizations.

Maryland’s seven-day average positivity rate has dropped to 3.54%—the lowest level reported since the pandemic began, and the fifth record low reported in the past week. The daily positivity rate is 4.37%. The statewide positivity rate has been under 5% since June 25, and is now 86.8% lower than its April 17 peak.

There are 529 total current COVID-19 hospitalizations—a decrease of 5 over the past 24 hours. There are 121 ICU beds in use—an increase of 2. Overall, ICU admissions have declined by nearly 23% since July 25.

The positivity rates for the state’s major jurisdictions continue to decline:

- Anne Arundel (2.72%), Frederick (1.29%), and Prince George’s (5.30%) are at their lowest levels on record.
- Baltimore City (4.38%) and Baltimore County (4.21%) are at their lowest levels since late March.
- The positivity rate is above 5% in just two jurisdictions: Prince George’s (5.30%) and Queen Anne’s (5.09%)."

Read the full news release: governor.maryland.gov/2020/08/11/maryland-reports-continued-declines-in-covid-19-positivity-rate-...
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Wicomico County has 8 new confirmed positive cases of COVID-19. Wicomico County has a total of 1,356 total cases. 1,015 have recovered, 284 home recovering, 12 hospitalized, 45 deaths. Please remember to wear a mask in public places and social distance when possible. #saferathome ... See MoreSee Less

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Timeline PhotosAnother hot and humid day ahead with high temperatures in the upper 80s to lower 90s. Scattered thunderstorms may provide temporary relief from the heat this afternoon. ... See MoreSee Less

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