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COVID-19 Update 4-5-20

Worcester County has nine confirmed COVID-19 cases. The two most recent cases are a male in his 60s and a female in her 30s. They are both currently recovering at home. Worcester County Health Department continues to conduct contact investigations following Maryland Department of Health guidelines. For more information on COVID-19 in Worcester County, including prevention and social distancing information, continue to visit WorcesterHealth.org.

As of yesterday, we have received results from 171 COVID-19 tests. To date, we have released three (3) of our previous positive cases from public health monitoring following their recovery.

COVID-19 Update 4-4-20

Worcester County has seven confirmed COVID-19 cases. The two most recent cases are a male in his 40s and a female in her 60s. They are both currently recovering at home. Worcester County Health Department continues to conduct contact investigations following Maryland Department of Health guidelines. For more information on COVID-19 in Worcester County, including prevention and social distancing information, continue visiting WorcesterHealth.org.

As of yesterday, we have received results from 159 COVID-19 tests. To date, we have released three (3) of our previous positive cases from public health monitoring following their recovery.

Worcester County Health Department confirms first case of COVID-19 in Worcester County

The Worcester County Health Department (WCHD) confirmed the first positive test for a case of COVID-19 in Worcester County on March 19, 2020. The patient is a male in his 30s who lives in Worcester County and is recovering at home.

2020 Go Red for Women's Heart Health

Physical activity of any form is one of the best ways to improve heart health. In 2020, public and private health agencies across the Lower Eastern Shore are encouraging women to Get Pumped about their heart health and to learn more about how exercise, as well as healthy eating, contributes to preventing heart disease.  

The Tri-County region will Go Red for Women’s Heart Health again this January with a free kick-off in Worcester County. The event will take place from 5-7 p.m., January 31, at the Worcester Technical High School, 6290 Worcester Hwy, Newark, MD. Learn about heart health with interactive presentations including physical activity, heart-healthy cooking demonstration, and heart disease prevention 101. Light refreshments, including a smoothie bar, will be offered.

Worcester Health offering Medicaid Diabetes Prevention Program

Snow Hill, MD- Small changes often lead to major results and Worcester County Health Department’s Medicaid Diabetes Prevention Program (MDPP) aims to help residents eat healthy, be active and lower their risk for type 2 diabetes with easy-to-follow tips and tools.

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