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Welcome to Wicomico County Health

Accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board

We offer appointment only COVID-19 testing. 

To make an appointment call  (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.


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Please remember appointments will be for phase 1A and 1B before we can open up to 1C which is eligible Monday January 25Th ... See MoreSee Less

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Positivity Rate:
Maryland 7.39%
Wicomico Co. 10.04%
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Wicomico County has 69 new confirmed positive cases of COVID-19. Wicomico County has a total of 5,991 total cases. sadly 2 more deaths for a total of 115 deaths. Please continue to keep these families in your thoughts and prayers. #saferathome ... See MoreSee Less

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Positivity Rate:
Maryland 7.5%
Wicomico Co. 10.15%
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Wicomico County has 44 new confirmed positive cases of COVID-19. Wicomico County has a total of 5,922 total cases. 5,291 have recovered, 483 home recovering, 35 hospitalized, sadly 1 more deaths for a total of 113 deaths. Please continue to keep these families in your thoughts and prayers. #saferathome ... See MoreSee Less

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To our staff who have been working nights weekends and holidays for almost a year! Thank you for all you do for our community! ... See MoreSee Less

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A growing consensus has emerged, both here in Maryland and across the country, that there is no public health reason for county school boards to keep students out of schools. Public health data has indicated that school reopenings do not increase community spread or contribute to increased hospitalization rates. With continued vigilance, better treatments, and nearly 300,000 doses of vaccines administered, it is abundantly clear that the toll of keeping students out of school far exceeds any potential risk of having students in school where they belong.

The American Academy of Pediatrics said earlier this month that children absolutely need to return to in-school learning for their healthy development and well-being.

Today, we are urgently calling on all county school systems to immediately make every effort to return to hybrid in-person instruction no later than Monday, March 1, if not sooner. MSDE has approved safe and effective reopening plans for all 24 school systems, and while no school system has indicated that they have a need for any additional PPE before reopening, we have provided millions of units of PPE and made tests abundantly available. Maryland has prioritized COVID-19 vaccinations for teachers and education staff, and that process is already underway.

Our children simply cannot afford any more endless roadblocks or any more moving of the goalposts. The time has come to get all of our kids back in the classroom and to open the schools. By law, these decisions to reopen the schools ultimately rest with the duly elected and appointed county school boards, but I want to be perfectly clear: I will do everything I possibly can do within the law to push to get all of Maryland’s children back into the classrooms. I call on every leader in the state to join me and President Biden in making this an immediate priority.
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If you are in Phase 1A, 1B, starting Monday January 25th 1C please follow these instructions. If you have already done this you DO NOT have to do it again. If you are in Phase 2 or 3 Please wait until we get through these phases first before sending us an email. ... See MoreSee Less

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I’ll hold a press conference today at 2:30 p.m. with Maryland State Department of Education Superintendent Dr. Karen Salmon.

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Please realize the Call Center is getting close to 600 calls a day!!
Thank you for your patience in advance.
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Positivity Rate:
Maryland 7.66%
Wicomico Co. 10.69%
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Wicomico County has 46 new confirmed positive cases of COVID-19. Wicomico County has a total of 5,878 total cases. 5,242 have recovered, 490 home recovering, 34 hospitalized, sadly 2 more deaths for a total of 112 deaths. Please continue to keep these families in your thoughts and prayers. #saferathome ... See MoreSee Less

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