211 Maryland is a COVID-19 Connector

We've connected more than 86,000 Marylanders with essential resources related to COVID-19. 211 Maryland is here to help.

NEW: If you want a vaccine, find a clinic near you. You'll need to contact the clinic to schedule an appointment and verify your eligibility.

NEW: Request a vaccine appointment, if eligible. 

Walgreens is offering appointments for a clinic at the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Maryland on Saturday, March 13th for seniors age 65 and up in Baltimore City. You need an appointment. Call Sarah Matthews 410-963-5888. Download and complete the waiver form. Download page 1 and page 2.

► Text MDReady to 898-211 for testing locations near you and COVID-19 alerts. This is the great way to be notified of new vaccine appointment slots at mass vaccination sites.

► Have another question? Dial 2-1-1. Our resource specialists are available 24/7/365. 

How can we help you? Click on a quick link below to find the information you need. 


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NEW: Vaccine Scheduling 

Schedule your vaccine appointment at your local health department. 

The Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital will also be used for vaccine appointments. Request a vaccine today, if you're eligible. There may be a significant delay between requesting an appointment and getting one. Supplies are still very limited!

See the vaccine priority groups.

Vaccine Question and Answers

Get answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the Maryland COVID-19 Vaccination Plan. Get answers to trending questions.

Heard a rumor about COVID-19? Stay informed with the latest facts, and rumor-controlled information.

Find a Testing Site

Need a COVID-19 test? You can call 211, text MDReady to 898-211 or MDListo to 898-211 for testing sites near you, or search Maryland's testing database

English or Spanish Text Alerts

Get COVID-19 related testing information and emergency information sent right to your cell phone. For English, text MdReady to 898-211. For Spanish, text MdListo to 898-211.

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Find Support

COVIDCONNECT is a resource and support network for Maryland residents who've had COVID-19 or been impacted by the disease in other ways. Perhaps you cared for someone with COVID-19, lost a loved one, or experienced symptoms yourself. 

Get the latest COVID-19 information, clinical trial updates, and connect with others who are also suffering.


Maryland COVID-19 Related Resources

MD Unites

https://governor.maryland.gov/marylandunites/

MD Food Bank

mdfoodbank.org/find-food

MD Department of Education:

marylandpublicschools.org/Pages/default.aspx

MD Meal Sites

mars.msde.maryland.gov/mars_sitesearch

MD Department of Aging

aging.maryland.gov/Pages/senior-call-check.aspx

Elder Care

eldercare.acl.gov/Public/Resources/covid_19.aspx​

Caregiver Services Corps

https://aging.maryland.gov/Pages/CSC.aspx 

MD Department of Human Resources

mydhrbenefits.dhr.state.md.us/dashboardClient/#/home

MD Department of Commerce:

commerce.maryland.gov


COVID-19 and Senior Help

There are a number of new and first of its kind programs helping Maryland seniors during COVID-19. These include Senior Call Check and the Caregiver Services Corps (CSC). 

CSC is a group of trained volunteers who offer back-up support to adults aged 65 and older. It's perfect for a caregiver who gets sick and is unable to provide care for a limited time. The Caregiver Service Corps is intended to provide support for temporary, urgent needs like bathing, taking medication, using technology or getting food. 

All CSC participants are also signed up for daily, automated calls with the latest COVID-19 information. 

Senior Call Check

This is a free daily phone call to check-in with Maryland seniors.

In addition to automated daily calls, there are live calls once-a-week calls from a caring and compassionate person.

Sign up for Senior Call Check.