UPDATE 5/20/2020 : COVID-19 Screening and Testing
The Prince George’s County Health Department’s coronavirus call center and COVID-19 screening and testing site will be closed on Monday, May 25th for the Memorial Day holiday.
If you are experiencing symptoms of an illness, or feel unwell, please contact your medical care provider. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911.
The hotline will continue normal operating hours on Tuesday, May 26, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. The Cheverly Health Center will reopen COVID-19 screening and testing by appointment only at 10 a.m. on May 26th. Please call the hotline (301-883-6627) to make an appointment.
- May 22: COVID-19 Update We Are on Track for a Modified Phase 1 Reopening by June 1
- May 21: County Executive Announces The County Will Move To Modified Phase 1 Opening By June 1 / Spanish (PDF)
- May 15: COVID-19 Update: Stay-At-Home Order Extended Until June 1 / Spanish (PDF)
- May 14: EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 8-2020: Continued Declaration Of A Local State Of Emergency For Prince George’s County, Maryland
- May 14: Press Release: County Executive Alsobrooks Signs a Stay-At-Home Order for Prince George’s County / Spanish (PDF)
- May 11: COVID-19 Update: The Path Forward for Prince George’s County / Spanish (PDF)
- May 1: COVID-19 Update: Expanding Testing Capacity in Prince George’s County / Spanish (PDF)
- April 30: Press Release: County Executive Announces COVID-19 Testing Operations Will Move From Fedex Field To Health Department’s Cheverly Clinic / Spanish (PDF)
- April 23: COVID-19 Update: Addressing Food Insecurity in Prince George’s County / Spanish (PDF)
- April 22: Press Release: County Announces More Than $1.2 Million In Donations To Capital Area Food Bank For County Residents / Spanish (PDF)
- April 17: COVID-19 Update: Your Efforts Have Made a Difference / Spanish (PDF)
Coronavirus Testing Hotline
COVID-19 tests are available in Prince George’s County. The Health Department is administering tests BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Call 301-883-6627. Our nurses evaluate you over the phone, and if you get an appointment, you will be assessed once again when you arrive. It may take a few days to get results. If you get tested and your symptoms get worse, DO NOT wait for your test results, SEEK MEDICAL CARE RIGHT AWAY.
This hotline is also for residents who have general COVID-19 questions or concerns. The hotline is open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily to receive updated information about the coronavirus disease. *Please contact 911 for medical emergencies only.
Guidance for reopening buildings and preventing water quality problems.
Prince George's County COVID-19 Case Count Data Dashboard.
The Maryland Department of Health is providing additional COVID-related data on nursing homes and other congregate living facilities statewide.
Stay up-to-date with Prince George's County closures during the coronavirus pandemic.
Looking to help with the coronavirus response? We are accepting donations of food, baby supplies, masks, gloves and other items. Let’s support each other together. Contact us with the items that you would like to donate.
Temporary, Emergency Rental Assistance Program available to help with rent and utility payments for tenants whose employment income has been negatively impacted by COVID-19.
Find answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about coronavirus (COVID-19), including disease basics, prevention, symptoms, and county updates.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, several food pantries have been setup throughout the County and in neighboring jurisdictions. Enter your zip code or address into the map to search for the food pantry nearest you.
Prince George’s County offers free resources including factsheets, FAQs, infographics, videos and county updates.
The Prince George’s County Health Department is conducting COVID-19 screening and testing by appointment only.