Visit the Maryland Department of Health's official resource for the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak. 10 Things You Can do to Manage COVID-19 at Home. This is equal to about 140,000 Prince George’s County residents. EFFECTIVE MARCH 17, 2020. (source: NAMI) Nearly 60% of adults with a mental illness didn’t receive mental health services in the previous year. D.C. and Maryland’s Prince George’s and Anne Arundel counties are adding COVID-19 vaccine appointments; while Montgomery County said it needs more supplies. Videos. Prince George’s County has the largest number of coronavirus cases out of all the counties in Maryland, with more than 62,400 infections, state health department data shows. Since December, the county has received 685,000 vaccine doses, and more than 70% of those had been administered by the end of last week, according to the Department of Public Health. Prince George’s County Monday will move to its next phase of its COVID-19 vaccination plan, making the shots available for more people in the Maryland jurisdiction to the east of the District of Columbia. In parts of Maryland, local health officials are working to convince reluctant first responders to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Local Health Resources Find COVID-19 website and telephone information for your local health department below. Prince George’s County Health Department Coronavirus Hotline: (301) 883-6627. 1 in 5 adults in America experience a mental illness. PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY COUNCIL MEETING EMERGENCY OPERATIONS. In an abundance of caution given the current state of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and under the Governor’s “Proclamation and Declaration of State of Emergency and Existence of Catastrophic Health Emergency – COVID-19”, effective March 5, 2020, and the Prince George’s County … This story map was created with the Story Map Series application in ArcGIS Online. The county will enter Phase 1b next week, allowing seniors 75 … Prince George’s County Health Department employee dies of covid-19 Chantee Mack poses with her brothers, Roland Mack, left, and Aric Mack, right. PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MD — Maryland Department of Health confirmed Friday morning confirmed five new deaths due to COVID-19 in Prince George's County. Local Health Department updates follow.