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Coronavirus: Update June 4, 2020:
Calvert County Public Playgrounds, Parks Reopening
Calvert County playgrounds, basketball courts, and skateparks will open to the public on Friday June 5th. The most recent surveillance data for our county shows a gradual, sustained decline in local COVID infections since mid-April. This signals a clear decrease in transmission risk as children and teens engage in outdoor activity. By the Governor’s Orders, no more than 10 people may occupy a playground or other recreational area at any given time. Social distancing should continue to be observed to the greatest extent possible.

Calvert County Health Department has worked with the County Government staff and most importantly, the residents and employers of Calvert to protect the health and safety of our community. We are proud of the decisions we’ve made since the first cases of COVID appeared in early-March. Coupled with the actions taken by individuals and businesses, the number of COVID-related deaths in Calvert has been 10-times less per capita than has been seen in Maryland as a whole. In addition, by limiting the spread of the virus, many other Calvert residents have been spared severe illnesses that may have left them chronically debilitated from lung and kidney damage. > Read More

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Open Letter to Religious Leaders of Calvert County
The Health Department was very happy to see restrictions on religious congregations eased by the Governor. I understand how important fellowship is to so many people in our community. >Read Entire Letter

Hurricane

Hurricane Preparedness
Hurricane season runs from June 1st through the end of November. Are you prepared for one? Make an emergency plan for your family by having enough food, water and other supplies to get through a hurricane and its aftermath. > More info

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Calvert Vital Records Closed to the Public
Due to the current State of Emergency, Calvert County Vital Records is closed to the public until further notice. For further detailed information or forms needed please visit: https://health.maryland.gov/vsa
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Calvert Beach

Calvert County Beach Advisories
View the status of beaches in Calvert County, Maryland. The Health Department conducts routine water sampling and posting of public bathing beaches on a predetermined monitoring schedule from Memorial Day through Labor Day. > More Info

 

  Cases Deaths
Maryland 56,770 2,580
Calvert County 359 6
United States 1,862,656 108,064

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