Talbot County COVID-19 Testing Information
–> Testing schedules may be adjusted in response to inclement weather or changes in testing demand.
Talbot County Health Department Free Testing. Monday thru Friday in Easton. Wednesday in St. Michaels.
Shore Regional Health Free Testing at Chesapeake College – Monday in Wye Mills.
Mid Shore Testing Locations – Resource List from Shore Regional Health
Maryland COVID Testing Frequently Asked Questions
Talbot County Contact Tracing Operation
MD COVID Alert Sign up now to be notified when you may have been exposed.
Visit www.talbothealth.org for all Talbot County vaccine information
Other Vaccine Providers
Maryland has brought in other healthcare and retail providers to administer the vaccine. Choptank Community Health System is providing vaccinations to its patients, and University of Maryland Medical System’s Shore Regional Health has an online portal to register interest in receiving a vaccination. The Maryland Health Department now has a vaccination website for public clinics in each county, with opportunities to pre-register with these providers at marylandvax.org.
Local health departments are working under Maryland’s vaccine plan. Use this chart to see where you will fall into the state’s phased approach.
Talbot County Health Department will be providing COVID-19 vaccine according to the guidelines and priority groups outlined by the CDC and the Maryland Department of Health. Information will be posted here as available from the Talbot County Health Department.
At this time, the greatest limiting factor with distribution is the number of vaccinations supplied. Health department officials are eager to get more shots into more arms of those who want to be vaccinated. The vaccine is an important part of the recovery response to the global pandemic.
The COVID-19 public health crisis is affecting every part of life in Talbot County. The virus is thought to spread mainly from person-to-person contact. Your help is needed to keep our county open and safe for everyone. As the county proceeds through a state of recovery including distribution of the vaccine, the threat of the virus is not lessened so please continue to:
- wear face masks in public,
- put 6 feet of distance between yourself and people who don’t live in your household,
- stay safe at home if you don’t have to travel away from home and avoid gatherings, and
- cooperate with local contact tracers if one of them should call you.
While Maryland remains open for business at this time, the Governor has expressed concern about surging case and hospitalization numbers around the United States. He has urged Marylanders to recommit to the simple steps that keep our loved ones and neighbors safe, and help conserve vital health care resources. Read the full update here.
The Talbot County Council adopted an Emergency Declaration on March 16, 2020 after the Governor of Maryland declared a State of Emergency and the President of the United States issued a Proclamation on Declaring a National Emergency Concerning the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Outbreak. Talbot County swiftly convened an Operational Working Group made up of officials from the Talbot County Health Department, Talbot County Emergency Services, Talbot County Government, University of Maryland Shore Regional Health, area law enforcement agencies, towns, and many other community partners.
The county transitioned into a Recovery Phase on June 30, 2020. This group continues to monitor and respond to the evolving situation. Updates are shared regularly with information affecting the citizens of Talbot County.
Delmarva Community Transit
Talbot County Courts
Talbot County Chamber of Commerce
University of Maryland Extension