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For update information visit the Frederick County, Maryland Joint Information Center COVID-19FREDERICK COUNTY COVID-19 INFORMATION FOR ADULTS 65+The Frederick County Health Department has published "Coronavirus Preparedness for People at Higher Risk" guidelines.
The Maryland Department of Health (MDH) has released a "Frequently Asked Questions for Older Adults" regarding the Coronavirus.Updates from the Governor’s Office
Tips from the CDC regarding: Running Essential Errands (Grocery Shopping, Take-Out, Banking, Getting Gas, Doctor Visits)CDC Information on Homemade Cloth Face CoveringsCDC Checklist: The CDC has developed a checklist for older persons.If you are an older adult or someone who has severe chronic medical conditions such as heart or lung disease, or diabetes, you are at higher risk for more serious COVID-19 illness. It is very important for you to take steps to stay healthy.
PharmaciesFrederick County Pharmacy InformationThe State of Maryland has also waived time restrictions on prescription medication refills. Please make sure you have a 30-day supply of each of your prescription medications.
Grocery StoresFrederick County Grocery Store InformationThe Maryland Department of Aging complied a list of grocery stores that deliver.They are listed by county. Frederick County is on page 8.Food Safety InformationIs Coronovirus a Concern at Grocery StoresIs Coronovirus a Concern for Take OutShopping and Handling Groceries
Senior Call CheckSenior Call Check is a FREE service available to adults 65+ in Maryland.Receive an automated daily call at a time you designate.After 3 attempts and no answer, we will contact your alternate person to check on you.Registration is easy – online or over the phone!
Connecting with Family and FriendsFaceTime: Getting StartedSkype: Getting StartedWhatsApp: Getting Started
Other ResourcesMental Health Association of Maryland: Protecting Your WellbeingVirtual Walk-in Behavioral Health Service (once the page opens click on the yellow banner at the top of the page)CDC: Daily Life CopingManaging Anxiety: Coronavirus Fears & Concerns
Avoid ScamsFederal Trad Commission: Coronavirus ScamsThe Maryland Department of Aging has launched a Slam the Scam Campaign to heighten awareness, educate, and provide resources.
Rumors vs FactsMaryland Coronavirus (COVID-19) Rumor Control web page
Legal HelpLegal Aid information