• Call 2-1-1 for non-emergency COVID-19 issues. If you must dial 9-1-1, please make sure you provide as much accurate information as possible.
  • Know that we are all in this together, even at a distance. Stay home to save a life.
  • How can I protect myself and my family? Stay home when you’re sick. Avoid close contact like hugs, kisses, handshakes, groups over 10, sharing a plate, etc. Wash your hands for 20 seconds with soap and water.
  • Stay inside. Check in. Wash your hands. Stay home to save a life.
  • What are the symptoms of COVID-19? Cough, fever greater than 100.4 degrees, shortness of breath.

Recent News

Health Commissioner Declares Code Blue Extreme Cold Alert for Baltimore Thursday Night through Friday Morning

BALTIMORE, MD (February 20, 2020) 

With forecasted temperatures expected to fall into the teens with wind chill, Health Commissioner Letitia Dzirasa has issued a Code Blue Extreme Cold declaration for Baltimore City beginning Thursday evening, February 20, through Friday morning, February 21. 

Health Commissioner Declares Code Blue Extreme Cold Alert for Baltimore Overnight Sunday through Monday Morning

BALTIMORE, MD (January 17, 2020) — With temperatures forecasted to fall into the teens with wind chill, Health Commissioner Letitia Dzirasa has issued a Code Blue Extreme Cold declaration for Baltimore City beginning Sunday evening, January 19, through Monday morning, January 20.

Health Commissioner Declares First Code Blue Extreme Cold Alert of the Season

BALTIMORE, MD (December 18, 2019) — With temperatures predicted to fall into the teens with wind chill, Health Commissioner Letitia Dzirasa today issued a Code Blue Extreme Cold declaration for Baltimore City beginning Wednesday evening, December 18 through Thursday morning, December 19.  This is the first Code Blue Extreme Cold Alert for Baltimore City this season.

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