COVID-19 Safety and Resources
The links below offer detailed information about personal, business and community resources offered by Baltimore City, the State of Maryland and various organizations to support and educate our families and communities during this difficult time. Although COVID-19 is unlike anything we have experienced, Baltimore stands together. We hope you stay safe and healthy during these unprecedented times.
There is currently no vaccine to prevent coronavirus (COVID-19). For more information on how to protect yourself and help prevent spreading the virus to others, visit the CDC website.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
Disinfect surfaces regularly
Maintain 6 feet of space from others
Stay Home, except when seeking essentials or medical care
Free Meals for Families
Baltimore City is providing grab-n-go meals to all Baltimore children and youth (18 and under) March 28-April 26.
Map of Food & Healthcare Sites
For an updated list of food sites, healthcare clinics and shopping options for elderly citizens, view this map.
Online Learning for Students
To supplement learning while schools are closed, visit Baltimore City School’s website to download daily lessons.
Mental Health Resources
If you are experiencing stress or anxiety related to news and information about COVID-19, you are not alone. For guidance about how to care for your mental health during this difficult time, visit this resource.
If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health related crisis, Baltimore City’s Crisis Information and Referral line is available 24/7. Need help? Call 410-433-5175.
Baltimore City COVID-19 Updates
For daily updates on Baltimore City’s response to COVID-19, including the availability of resources and opportunities to volunteer
Maryland Updates and Resources
For more information about state and federal resources available to families, employees, businesses, students and more
If your work has been suspended or terminated due to COVID-19, you can file for unemployment insurance by phone between 7:30am – 3:30pm, Monday through Friday, at 410-949-0022 or apply for unemployment benefits online.
Volunteer to Call Our Older Neighbors
Our seniors are the most vulnerable to COVID-19. But We Can Bmore, together. Sign up to talk by phone with those who cannot connect in person with friends in senior housing buildings.
I would like to volunteer to call our Senior Neighbors
A project of Wheelabrator Baltimore.