Coronavirus (COVID-19)


COVID-19 Testing Site at Fruitland Walmart (click for details)

Stage 1 Reopening

What's Open? What's Still Closed?
  • Animal adoption shelters
  • Art galleries
  • Bookstores
  • Car washes
  • Clothing and shoe stores
  • Florists
  • Furniture stores
  • Jewelers
  • Lawn and garden stores
  • Pawn shops
  • Pet groomers
  • Sporting goods stores
  • Tobacco and vape shops (Want to quit? Check out our Tobacco Cessation Program)
  • Senior Centers
  • Restaurants and bars (dine-in)
    • Only take-out or delivery are allowed
  • Fitness Centers (health clubs, health spas, gyms, aquatic centers, and self defense schools)
  • Theaters (live performance and movie theaters)
  • Enclosed malls
    • Excludes retail establishments attached to enclosed malls that are directly accessible from the outside.
  • Bingo and pool halls
  • Bowling alleys
  • Amusement parks
  • Roller and ice skating rinks
  • Miniature golf establishments
  • Social and fraternal clubs (ex. American Legion, VFW posts, Elks Clubs,etc)
  • Tattoo parlors
  • Tanning salons
  • Massage parlors

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Latest Stats

What is the Wicomico County Health Department Doing to Protect the Community?

Governor Hogan’s Executive Orders


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COVID-19 Testing Site at Fruitland Walmart (click for details)

Latest Stats on COVID-19*













For a breakdown by zip code, please visit Due to federal guidelines, data for zip codes with 7 or fewer cases is suppressed. Death data is updated as amendments to the death record are received.










*last updated 05/29/2020


What is the Wicomico County Health Department doing to protect the community?

  • Working with state and local partners to confirm COVID-19 cases and conduct contact tracing for all confirmed cases.
  • Keeping the public informed about the latest stats and safety precautions via our website and social media accounts.
  • Managing the COVID-19 Call Center in partnership with Peninsula Regional Medical Center and the Somerset County Health Department.
  • Adapting our offered services to protect our staff and the public by closing the building to the public, expanding our telephone communications to receive client calls, and offering telehealth services. 
  • Working with nursing homes and other long-term facilities to ensure their supply needs are met and that proper precautions (Maryland Department of Health guidelines) are followed.
  • Participates in daily calls with regional nursing home and other long-term facilities to assess their supply needs and their capacity to accept patients.
  • Translating materials into other languages to reach all members of the community.
  • Working with radio and TV stations to air Public Service Announcements (PSAs) about COVID-19 in other languages.


What Marylanders need to know about COVID-19Maryland Reopening











Governor Hogan’s Executive Orders




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