The Allegany County Health Department reports that, to date, 9,293 Allegany County residents (13.2% of the county population) have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine with 5,061 (7.2%) having received both doses. Comparatively, the Maryland Department of Health reports that 12.2% of all Marylanders have received their first vaccine dose, and 5.8% have received both doses.
ACHD reports 11 new COVID cases, bringing the county’s cumulative case count to 6,393. One additional death was recorded, bringing the cumulative number of COVID fatalities to 197 for Allegany County. The current case rate in Allegany County is 5.48 cases per 100,000 population, less than half of the state average of 12.43 cases per 100,000 population. Allegany’s positivity rate is now at 2.29% while the statewide average is 3.91%.
COVID-19 Testing is available in Grant County Tuesday, February 23 from 11 am – 5 pm at the VIKING MEMORIAL FIELD PARKING LOT.
WV residents wanting COVID-19 Vaccine must PREregister online at
www.vaccinate.wv.gov or by calling 833-734-0965.
If you would like to be on the list to receive the COVID vaccine and are unable to register for COVID vaccine, call for assistance:
• Grant County Senior Center
• Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)
If you are a Grant County resident who received your COVID vaccine at the Moorefield Armory:
• 1ST DOSE, Saturday January 23, you will be scheduled between
2:00- 2:45 pm on Wednesday February 24 for 2ND dose
• 1ST DOSE Wednesday January 27, you will be scheduled between 9:30- 10:15 am on Wednesday February 24 for your 2ND dose.
If you received your first dose of vaccine at the Grant County Health Department, you will be contacted with an appointment time as soon as we have confirmation that the vaccine has been delivered.
There were four (4) new cases today.
1,173 Total COVID Cases
• 943 Confirmed Positive COVID cases
• 230 Probable COVID cases (Probable cases are those that have a positive result from a rapid antigen test).
• 1,125 Total Recovered
• 20 Active Cases.
• 24 Deaths listed as COVID related (6 from GRCC).
Grant Memorial Hospital:
COVID testing hours LIMITED TO TWO DAYS WEEKLY
Monday and Thursday 6:00 am- 9:00 am and 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm
Call (304) 257 1026 and press 5 to speak to an ER nurse to preregister.
Grove Street Health Center call 304-257-2451
Mt. Storm Health Center call 304-693-7616
The Hampshire County Health Department received 5 confirmed COVID-19 cases today. Case investigation and contact tracing are ongoing.
Hampshire County’s current case count is 1,539 confirmed (PCR and Rapid test combined), 25 active, 28 deaths and 3 hospitalizations.
**Free Community Testing**
Thursday, February 25th from 10a-6p
Hampshire County Fairgrounds, Augusta WV
The Hardy County Health Department and Hardy County Office of Emergency Management has five additional confirmed cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Hardy County, making 26 active cases, with a total confirmed case count of 1,317. We have had 22 confirmed COVID-19 deaths. We currently have 17 patients in quarantine at home, following proper protocol to protect their neighbors and community. Nine patients are currently hospitalized due to severe symptoms of COVID-19. Due to privacy, additional information regarding the persons, area of residence, and travel history will not be disclosed. The Hardy County Health Department has completed the necessary contact tracing to ensure the safety of close contacts and to prevent additional transmission. Hardy County now has 1,269 individuals recovered, included in the total confirmed case count of 1,317.
In Mineral County there are a total of 2424 positive cases overall since the pandemic began with 52 active cases, 0 probable, 2336 have recovered and there are a total of 75 deaths.
Total Cases: 3,780
Total Cases: 6,622
US Congressman David Trone’s office has put together a COVID-19 vaccine resource guide including information on where to get a vaccine across the Maryland 6th District:
WHERE CAN I GET MY VACCINE? Each county is progressing along their vaccination plan at a different pace based on population size and the availability of the vaccine. Below is a list of the current vaccination sites available in each county.Please note that any Marylander who’s eligible can register for a vaccine at a mass vaccination site. However, for all other vaccination sites, please be sure to ONLY SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT IN THE COUNTY IN WHICH YOU LIVE OR WORK. If you schedule an appointment in another county, your appointment will likely be cancelled or you will be turned away.
STATEWIDE MASS VACCINATION SITES:
The Baltimore Convention Center: Individuals needing assistance to register for a vaccine appointment at the Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital can call (443) 462-5511 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Six Flags America Theme Park M&T Bank Stadium: (855) 634-6829
Allegany County Health Department: Allegany County residents aged 75+ can visit the Allegany County Health Department website to schedule a vaccine appointment. Vaccinations are available by appointment only and will be given at the Barton Business Park Shell Building, 17300 Barton Park Drive, Rawlings, MD. Please bring your ID with you to the clinic for proof of age and residency. ALL APPOINTMENTS ARE CURRENTLY FULL. County residents interested in receiving the vaccine should submit a Vaccine Interest Form. When the county reaches your priority group and vaccine is available, Allegany County Health Department or UPMC Western Maryland will contact you by email or phone to schedule a vaccination appointment. Those without internet access can call (301) 759-5000.
Martin’s in Cumberland
If you have trouble registering for an appointment online, please call your local Human Resources Development Commission senior center to register over the phone: Cumberland Senior Center: 301-783-1721, 301-783-1809 or 301-783-1710 Frostburg Senior Center: 301-689-5510 George’s Creek Senior Center: 301-783-1842 Westernport Senior Center: 301-359-9930
GARRETT COUNTY: Garrett County Health Department: When vaccine appointments are available, Garrett County residents can find a registration link at the top of the Garrett County Health Department website homepage. ALL APPOINTMENTS ARE CURRENTLY FULL. If you are unable to register online but meet Phase 1C requirements, please call 301-334-7698.
Walmart in Oakland: (301) 334-9129
Frederick County Health Department: Frederick County Health Department is currently vaccinating Phases 1A, 1B, and those in the 65-74* age group who live or work in Frederick County. Process for 65-74 Group*: They will start by offering appointments to people born in or before 1947 who have pre-registered through their Vaccine Interest Form. People will be contacted in alphabetical order by first name. Then they will offer appointments to people born in or before 1948, and so on down to 65 years olds. Those interested must submit a vaccine interest form using the online portal. Once you have pre-registered, the county will contact you and schedule your appointment as it receives COVID-19 vaccines from the Maryland Department of Health. If you or someone you know cannot complete the Frederick County COVID-19 Vaccine Interest Form please call the Frederick County COVID-19 Appointment Line; Monday – Friday 8AM -5PM. English: (301) 600-7900 Spanish: (301) 600-7905 CVS Urbana: (800) 746-7292
Giant Food Frederick: (301) 815-2201
MONTGOMERY COUNTY: Montgomery County Health Department: Montgomery County Health Department is currently vaccinating Phase 1A and people 75+ who live or work in Montgomery County. Residents must pre-register for a vaccine appointment using the pre-registration portal (link above) or by calling 240-777-2982. Once you have pre-registered, the county will contact you and schedule your appointment as it receives COVID-19 vaccines from the Maryland Department of Health. Adventist HealthCare Shady Grove COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic: (240) 826-4636 At this time, Adventist Health community vaccination clinics are open only to those who meet the state’s Phase 1A, 1B and those 65 years and older in 1C ONLY. Adventist HealthCare Takoma Park Campus COVID 19 Vaccine Clinic: (240) 826-4636 At this time, Adventist Health community vaccination clinics are open only to those who meet the state’s Phase 1A, 1B and those 65 years and older in 1C ONLY. Holy Cross Hospital Holy Cross Health is prioritizing Phases 1A and 1B and will open vaccine appointments to Phase 1C in the future depending on the availability of vaccines and progress vaccinating higher priority groups.
Johns Hopkins Medicine – Germantown
MedStar Montgomery Medical Center
CCI Health & Wellness Services: CCI Health and Wellness Services is offering the COVID-19 vaccine to its established patients following the state of Maryland’s vaccine schedule. CCI is currently vaccinating patients in Phase 1B; if you are an existing patient eligible for vaccination they will reach out to you directly to schedule an appointment.
Giant Food Bethesda: (301) 530-3271
Giant Food Burtonsville: (301) 421-4493
Giant Food Gaithersburg: (301) 208-8204
Giant Food Silver Spring: (301) 565-0575
Walgreens Rockville (multiple locations)
Walgreens Silver Spring (multiple locations) Walgreens Takoma Park
WASHINGTON COUNTY: Washington County Health Department: Washington County residents aged 65+ must fill out a 65+ Vaccine Waitlist Registration Form here. Washington County residents that are eligible for the vaccine and NOT aged 65+ must fill out a Priority Groups Vaccination Waitlist Form here. Seniors (65+) who need do not have internet access or need assistance with signing up for the COVID-19 vaccine call list form can call the Washington County Senior COVID Vaccine Call List Assistance Hotline at 1-833-231-1852. Meritus Health Robinwood Atrium at the Robinwood Professional C
enter CVS Hagerstown: (800) 746-7295
Martin’s Hagerstown (N. Pointe)
Martin’s Hagerstown (Hagerstown Commons)
VETERANS: Currently, the VA is offering COVID-19 vaccine to veterans already receiving care from the VA, based on CDC and VA risk criteria. If you’re eligible to get a vaccine, your VA health care team will contact you. Washington DC VA Medical Center The Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center is currently offering COVID-19 vaccinations, by appointment only to Veterans who are: residing in the VA Community Living Center;age 65 or older; homeless or residing in group housing settings, such as Access Housing, US Veterans Initiative, Chesapeake Health Education Program, Safe Haven, Veterans on the Rise or VISTA, and have no other access to the vaccine; currently on hemodialysis, on the transplant list or have had an organ transplant; have cancer and are receiving IV chemotherapy at the medical center; and essential frontline workers. If you meet the above criteria and are enrolled for care at the DC VA Medical Center, and have not yet been contacted to schedule your COVID-19 vaccine, call (202) 745-4342 to make an appointment.
Martinsburg VA Medical Center Currently, enrolled Veterans 65 years of age or older or Veterans who are essential personnel as defined by the CDC are qualified to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Call the COVID Vaccine Call Center at 304-579-2550, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to schedule your appointment. Veterans will need to bring their VA ID card or Driver’s License (or other identification) that shows their date of birth and Insurance Card if applicable.