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Welcome to Wicomico County Health

 

Due to the continued statewide network outage, the Wicomico County Health Department made need to  reschedule your dental appointment at our Village Dental Center. Please call Village Dental first at (410) 334-3401

 

 

COVID-19 VACCINE

(Vacuna contra COVID-19/Vaksen COVID-19)

 

COVID-19 TESTING

(Exámenes de COVID-19/Tés COVID-19)

We offer:

  • Pfizer vaccine (2 doses) –  Ages 12+
  • Moderna vaccine (2 doses) – Ages 18+
  • Johnson & Johnson (1 dose) – Ages 18+
  • COVID-19 Boosters

 

Appointments or walk-ins welcome. To schedule call (410) 341-4600 or click here to do online registration

 

We offer COVID-19 testing (appointments encouraged). 

To make a testing appointment, call (410) 341-4600

At-Home Test kits are available through all three branches (Downtown, Center at Salisbury, and Pittsville) of the Wicomico Public Library. Contact the library branches for availability. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Language Accessibility Statements

Help is available in your language: 1-749-1244 (TTY: 1-410-543-6352). These services are available for free.

 

Hay ayuda disponible en su idioma: 410-749-1244 (TTY:410-543-6952). Estos servicios están disponibles gratis.

 
Gen èd ki disponib nan lang ou: 410-749-1244  (TTY: 410-543-6952). Sèvis sa yo disponib gratis.
 

사용하시는 언어로 지원해드립니다: 410-749-1244 (TTY: 410-543-6952). 무료로 제공 됩니다 

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