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FREDERICK, MD – County Executive Jan Gardner announced today that Frederick County buildings remain closed to the public until further notice in response to state and local decisions to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. Senior centers, libraries, park buildings and nature centers remain closed. TransIT services are reduced and should only be used for essential needs, such as to reach jobs, grocery stores, or dialysis appointments. TransIT riders should be alert for future service changes.
“The coronavirus is a serious public health emergency. I urge everyone to stay at home as much as possible and continue to practice good hygiene like hand washing and social distancing,” said Executive Gardner. “I commend all our health and public safety personnel, emergency responders and employees who continue to serve our citizens at this time. With everyone doing their part, we will greatly reduce the impact of this disease on our community.”
While all essential services to help people and business are continuing, she noted changes and updates to the following public services:
Information on agency announcements and resources related to the coronavirus or COVID-19can be found at www.FrederickCountyMD.gov/coronavirus. Public health information is available at https://health.frederickcountymd.gov/coronavirus or www.cdc.gov.