Vaccine Locations

Anne Arundel County Health Department Link: https://aacounty.org/covidvax

State Mass Vax Sites: onestop.md.gov/preregistration

Finding a Clinic Near You: covidvax.maryland.gov/pages/vaccine#locator

Pharmacies and Retail Locations

CVS (6) cvs.com/immunizations/covid-19-vaccine Those without online access can call 800-746-7287

Giant Food (2) giantfood.com/pages/covid-info

Jai Pharmacy (1) jaipharmacy.com/covid-vaccine-appointment

RiteAid (0) riteaid.com/covid-19

Safeway (6) mhealthappointments.com/covidappt

Sam’s Club(1) samsclub.com/pharmacy/immunization?imzType=covid

Walmart (1) http://walmart.com/.../clinical.../immunization/scheduled

Walgreens (14) walgreens.com/topic/promotion/covid-vaccine.jsp

Wegmans (0) wegmans.com/news-media/articles/covid-19-vaccines/

Luminis Health Anne Arundel Medical Center Link: luminis.health/community-vaccine

UMD Baltimore Washington Medical Center Link: umbwmc.org/getthevaccine

MedStar Health - Baltimore Link: covidvaccine.medstarhealth.org/

University of MD Medical System

umms.org/coronavirus/covid-vaccine/get-vaccine

VA Maryland Health Care System Eligible Veterans can sign up at https://www.maryland.va.gov/services/covid-19-vaccines.asp

Federal COVID Relief funding - March 26 2021

Senator Cardin's American Rescue Plan Guide

COVID Community Update - December 15 2020

2021 General Assembly Session

As 2020 ends, we are looking forward to 2021, things will certainly be different in the General Assembly. The Session will begin on January 13th 2021, Leadership and public health experts have crafted a reopening plan to keep everyone safe. I will provide more details in a future newsletter.

COVID Updates

For the most up to date information on COVID-19, visit the Department of Health's Coronavirus website & tracker.

COVID-19 vaccine:  the first round of vaccines arrived, the hospital workers and nursing home residents/employees will receive the first shots.

COVID-19 testing results:  The County Health Department has recognized that long delays have been experienced by residents waiting for test results, they have switched labs and are seeing a 48-hour turnaround for results.

Anne Arundel County Executive Orders:  County Executive Pittman announced new Executive Orders to curb the spread of COVID-19 in Anne Arundel County. These new restrictions will go into effect on Wednesday, December 16 and last for four weeks, until January 13, 2021. You can review the Executive Order here.

Support Local, Small Businesses

Our local, small businesses are desperately in need of our patronage during this critical time, many are struggling. Please shop local to help these wonderful businesses stay in business in 2021.

Unemployment Insurance Update

My office continues to assist those who are unable to get through to a representative at the Department of Labor. From the start of the Pandemic, we have received over 471 requests for assistance with the Unemployment system from District 32 constituents. The Legislative branch has pushed the Department of Labor to be more responsive to the needs of Marylanders, it is unacceptable that many have been waiting weeks if not months for benefits.

If you require assistance or if you are continuing to have difficulties contacting Unemployment, please fill out our unemployment contact form. It requires your name, address, phone, claimant ID, email and a short description of your UI problem. Once we receive this information we will contact the Department of Labor on your behalf.

As you may be aware, the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) and Pandemic Unemployment Emergency Compensation (PEUC) unemployment insurance programs program created by CARES Act will expire in Maryland on December 26, unless a new Federal Stimulus package is passed. Additional information is available on the Division of Unemployment website.

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Pamela Beidle

Eviction Prevention

I wanted to share resources available in Anne Arundel County for anyone who may be facing eviction. Here is a link to our Eviction Virtual Town Hall where the District 32 Team was joined by Lisa Sarro, Kathy Koch and Kirk Murray. It remains a valuable resource and below I’ve included contact information for each. Click here to watch it.

The Anne Arundel County Eviction Prevention Program (EPP) will provide temporary rental and utility assistance for eligible renters whose employment income has been impacted by the COVID-19 public health crisis. This emergency assistance is to prevent evictions and utility turn-off, and is subject to funding availability. You can learn about the Anne Arundel County Eviction Prevention Program HERE

Kathleen Koch

Arundel Community Development Services

410-222-7600

info@acdsinc.org

https://acdsinc.org/

 

Maryland Legal Aid

(Free Service for Low Income renters)

410-972-2770

www.mdlab.org

 

Maryland District Court Help Center

(Free Service for all)

Glen Burnie Office

7500 Ritchie Hwy

Glen Burnie, MD 21061

410-260-1392

mdcourts.gov/selfhelp/mcshc

 

Anne Arundel Lawyer Information and Referral Service

410-222-6859

www.aabar.org/iris

 

Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corporation

410-424-3240

careercenter@aawdc.org

www.aawdc.org

Other Available Resources
COVID CARE Warmline 410-222-3663

There are resources available in Anne Arundel County for food assistance, behavioral health, domestic violence, Utility assistance, financial support and child support. Check out the helpful guide below or call the COVID Care Warm line to get additional information 410-222-3663.

Arundel Community Development Services offers Renters Assistance. The number to reach them is 410-222-7600. The recently passed federal COVID Relief bill includes funding for local programs like the EPP. The more funding these programs have the more people they can offer assistance to. I have included the ACDS link and information on utility assistance below.

 

The Anne Arundel County Eviction Prevention Program (EPP) provides temporary rental and utility assistance for eligible renters whose employment income has been impacted by the COVID-19 public health crisis. This emergency assistance is to prevent evictions and utility turn-off, and is subject to funding availability. You can learn about the Anne Arundel County Eviction Prevention Program HERE

 

Utility Bill Payment Help:

- Check out a video on how to keep your power on even when you are facing high utility bills.

- All utilities are offering 12 month payment plans with no down payment required. Contact your utility for more information.

- The Office of People's Counsel has created an energy assistance toolkit to help Maryland households facing utility turn-off notices. This too

 - For information on Maryland utility assistance https://211md.org/211provider-utility-assistance

COVID-19 Updates