COVID 19 Facts and Information

Please see the following for information regarding COVID 19, community resources, and volunteer opportunities that are available.

Information on how to prevent and what to do if you contract COVID 19 is available at the links below:

COVID 19: Stop the Spread of Germs

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COVID 19: What You Need to Know

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COVID 19: What To Do If You're Sick

COVID 19 What To Do If You Get Sick Flyer Click Here
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For Community Resources, please see the Harford County Resource Guide.

To receive Emergency Alerts from Harford County Government, sign up at:
For small businesses, employees, and those seeking unemployment benefits, visit:
Harford County Office of Community & Economic Development
Senior Citizens who need help should call the Office on Aging from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at 410-638-3025.  After hours leave a message and someone will return your call.

Harford County LINK Demand Response Service is available for Hospital personnel in need of transportation to work and Clients with critical needs.

For additional information, or if you're not sure where to turn, contact the Harford County Citizens Affairs Division at or 410-638-3420, or use the customer service app at
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For updated frequently asked questions and guidance for at risk populations, visit the
Harford County Health Department.
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For information on where to get food and groceries during the COVID-19 shutdown, visit:
Healthy Harford Healthy Cecil
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Maryland Health Connection Emergency Enrollment

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For a list of approved daycares for essential workers, please visit
The Maryland Department of Education

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The Maryland Behavioral Health Administration BHA is the best source of information on substance misuse-and behavioral health-related issues during the Coronavirus situation. For FAQs and information about medication dosing visit  

OITs, local behavioral health authorities, and clinics can direct questions related to substance misuse and behavioral health programming to BHA at

Want to help or volunteer?  For information, visit: 

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Monetary donations for citizens in need are being accepted through:
The United Way of Central Maryland and
The Community Foundation of Harford County through the Harford Cares Fund.