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    You may need additional documentation, including a certified copy of a birth certificate, to renew your Maryland Driver's License or Identification Card due to the Federal Real ID Act. The Vital Statistics Administration publishes the requirements for obtaining a certified copy of a birth certificate.

     

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    COVID-19 Information

    • Find updates and the most current information on vaccination and testing on our ​Facebook page.

    • ​​Queen Anne’s County Department o​f Health holds COVID-19 vaccine and flu vaccine appointments at the health department on Wednesdays​​​, from 1-4p, for anyone eligible.  To find and register for an upcoming appointment please visit http://covidvax.m​aryland.govand search by the 21617 zip code. For assistance with scheduling an appointment, or for other vaccine questions, call 1-855-MDGOVAX​​​​​
    • COVID-19 testing is open on Wednesdays,​​ from 9a-12p. No appointments are required.​​

    • Face masks and At-Home Rapid Antigen Test Kits are available to the public for pickup from the health department, public libraries,​ and other community partners. If your organization or business would like a supply of these test kits, please contact us at 410-758-0720.

    • The Queen Anne’s County Health Department is working with VaccineCheck – a program that creates free digital State Verified Health Cards for Queen Anne’s County residents, regardless of where they received their COVID vaccination or booster shot.  People who were vaccinated in Queen Anne’s County but reside in other counties can also use this service.

    • ​​Visit the Maryland Department of Health and CDC's Novel Coronavirus pages linked below for more information.​

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    Respiratory Illnesses
    • It’s cough and cold season.  Take steps to protect yourself and family from respiratory illnesses such as RSV, flu, and COVID-19.
      • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
      • Cover your coughs & sneezes with a tissue or your upper shirt sleeve, not your hands.
      • Get your flu and COVID shots. Contact your primary care provider, pharmacy, local health department, or visit MarylandVax to find a flu clinic near you.
      • Stay home when you’re sick.
      • Avoid touching your face with unwashed hands.
      • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces such as door knobs and mobile devices.
      • Consider wearing a mask.​​​

    410-758-0720

    Queen Anne's County Department of Emergency Services

    410-758-4500

    Queen Anne's County Drug Task Force

    410-758-TIPS (8477)

    Office of the Sheriff for Queen Anne's County

    410-758-0770

    Maryland State Police, Barrack 'S' Centreville

    410-758-1101

    Centreville Police Department

    410-758-0080

    Queen Anne's County State's Attorney's Office

    410-758-2264​