COVID-19 Resource Center

Calvert County Government is open, however buildings remain closed to the public until further notice for the safety of citizens and staff as a preventative measure to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

COVID-19 Vaccine Update - Johnson & Johnson (April 16, 2021) 
Johnson & Johnson vaccines remain on pause as the FDA reviews evidence of rare blood clots. The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines have not been linked with any concerns and continue to be administered. During calls on April 14 and 15, physicians and vaccine researchers at the CDC emphasized that the number of reported cases has been very rare (less than one in one million people). The reason for the temporary halt in vaccination is to thoroughly investigate whether additional cases of clots have occurred. The goal is to allow people to make informed decisions prior to receiving a vaccination with the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) product. It is the expectation of our Health Department that within the next 2-3 weeks, vaccinations with J&J will resume. Read the full statement from the Calvert County Health Department.

Already Registered? Thank you for registering for the COVID-19 vaccine through the Calvert County registration portal or via the call center. We have received your information. Even if you do not hear back right away, you do not need to submit your information again.

Coronavirus Update

The Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) received a COVID-19 update from Calvert County Health Officer Dr. Laurence Polsky during their April 13 meeting. 

Dr. Polsky, who directs the local health department as an agent of Maryland State Government, provided updates to the BOCC on vaccination efforts in Calvert County. Watch for the full presentation and discussion.

Calvert County Government is taking all necessary measures to protect public health and welfare. It is important to follow public health recommendations, advisories and protective actions to slow the spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and limit the number of people infected.

Please continue to follow basic preventive actions that protect your health and decrease the chances that you will spread infection of any kind to our more vulnerable friends, neighbors and loved ones.

Calvert County follows the Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery Plan. Visit for state guidance. Local businesses may contact the Department of Economic Development for assistance at or 410-535-4583. Visit for updates and best practices for reopening.


The Maryland Department of Health issued a public health advisory warning Marylanders against all non-essential activities and gatherings with people outside one's immediate household. Under this advisory, all Marylanders should refrain from attending public and private gatherings of more than 10 people in one location and should practice physical distancing to the maximum extent possible. Read the advisory.


The Maryland Department of Health strongly advises that travel be limited to essential purposes only. For more information, please see the CDC travel recommendations.


By order of Gov. Larry Hogan, all Marylanders over the age of five are required to wear face coverings in the public spaces of all businesses across the state. Face coverings are also required in outdoor public areas, whenever it is not possible to maintain physical distancing. The order provides certain exceptions, including for medical conditions. How to make, use and clean cloth face coverings (CDC)

If you have been tested for coronavirus by CalvertHealth’s drive through testing, emergency room or as an inpatient, and have not received results within 5 days, you can call 410-414-2725 and their case management staff will assist you.