Covid-19 Latest Info
We work with Prince George's County, the state and other towns to monitor COVID-19 in our area, offer vaccine clinics, necessities, food and more.
Town offices are closed to the public (but staff and Town officials are working on your behalf).
MNCPPC (Parks/Planning) buildings closed to public.
Free masks are available at the Town office.
Read PG County updates on County Executive Angela Alsobrooks's Covid-19 Twitter thread.
Town Resources & More
Keep Your Family & Neighbors Safe
Coronavirus is still here. Please continue to follow safety protocols: stay home if you're sick; wash hands frequently; wear a mask (and don't take it off until your hands are sanitized); practice social distancing; and use safe hygiene even at home.
Have symptoms? Before going to an ER, call the COVID-19 Hotline: 301.883.6672.
Above all, please get vaccinated! Do not hesitate, act now. Doing so protects friends and family, especially very young children and other vulnerable groups.
Covid-19 Stats, Testing & Tracing
The state's Dept. of Health keeps a running tally of Covid daily and overall stats on it's dashboard page.
MD covidLINK provides info about testing locations, availability of home test kits, and contact tracing.
PG County also has information about test sites and treatment locations.
For up-to-the-minute availability of home rapid Covid test kits, follow Prince George's County Memorial Library System on Twitter @PGCMLS.
Sign up for MD Covid Alert, to be notified if you may have been exposed to someone with the virus.
If you are unaware of where to get vaccinated, please call the Town office at 301.699.9699.
Young children now qualify for vaccines; some age groups also qualify for boosters. Most of those contracting coronavirus are un-vaccinated. Please protect your children.
Check here and Facebook for future mobile vaccination unit dates/times in North Brentwood. Below are links to county and state info resources:
Jobs & Unemployment 'post'-Covid
There are a lot of resources to help you and your family recover from the pandemic. If you find a good one, let us know and we may add it to the list!