Dorchester County Health Department
*** Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Information ***
For all COVID-19 inquiries, such as scheduling an appointment for testing or vaccination, please call our new COVID-19 satellite office at 410-228-0235.
Pre-register online or call 410-228-0235 to schedule an appointment for the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine at the Dorchester County Health Department's NEW COVID-19 SATELLITE OFFICE at 103 Cedar Street, Cambridge, MD 21613. Walk-ins are welcome Monday to Friday between 9am and 3pm. For information about community vaccination clinics, please call 410-228-0235 as locations and times vary.
Individuals age 12 and up are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination. Immunocompromised individuals who received Moderna or Pfizer vaccines are eligible for third doses. Individuals age 65 and up, adults with underlying medical conditions, or adults working or living in high-risk settings who received Pfizer ONLY are eligible for booster shots.
Did you lose your COVID-19 vaccination card or need proof of vaccination? Please visit MD.MyIR.net and complete the online form to view and print your official vaccination record for free.
For more information about COVID-19 vaccines and resources, visit covidlink.maryland.gov.
DCHD COVID-19 Press Releases
Health Officer Roger Harrell and Deputy Health Officer Dr. Casey Scott discuss Dorchester County’s vaccination plans and answer the community’s questions about vaccines during this hour-long virtual event, hosted by WHCP Cambridge Community Radio in partnership with the Cambridge Association of Neighborhoods, Dorchester Chamber of Commerce, Dorchester Banner, and Dorchester Star.
Dr. Casey Scott, Deputy Health Officer, talks with Dr. Peter Doyle about COVID-19 vaccines, including how they work, safety information, and initial vaccination plans in Dorchester County.
Since early 2020, Dorchester County Health Department has been collaborating with Dorchester County’s healthcare providers. Together, they have a special holiday message for the residents of Dorchester County.
Health Officer Roger Harrell and Deputy Health Officer Dr. Casey Scott participate in another virtual town hall event, hosted by WHCP Cambridge Community Radio, in partnership with the Cambridge Association of Neighborhoods and Dorchester Banner. Dorchester County Health Department provides an update about COVID-19 and answers questions about mask effectiveness, testing efforts, vaccine development, contact tracing, and more.
Health Officer Roger Harrell and Deputy Health Officer Dr. Casey Scott participate in a virtual town hall event, hosted by WHCP Cambridge Community Radio, in partnership with the Cambridge Association of Neighborhoods and Dorchester Banner. Dorchester County Health Department provides an update about COVID-19 and the Safer at Home advisory and answers questions submitted by Dorchester County residents.
Dr. Casey Scott, Deputy Health Officer, provides an update about COVID-19 and discusses topics such as testing, contact tracing, antibody testing, and more.
Health Officer Roger Harrell, Deputy Health Officer Dr. Casey Scott, Dorchester County State’s Attorney Bill Jones, and Dorchester County Public Schools Superintendent Dave Bromwell share important information for the citizens of Dorchester County.
For general questions
Maryland Call Line: 211
UMMS Nurse Call Line:
PRMC Nurse Call Line:
For guidance on the Governor’s Executive Orders:
State’s Attorney’s Office