Baltimore, MD (June 30, 2020) – The Maryland Department of Health (MDH), local jurisdictions, and their partners operate several COVID-19 testing sites throughout the state. The operating status of select testing sites this week is listed below. SPECIAL NOTE: All testing sites listed below except for Bel Air VEIP will be closed on Fri., July 3. Testing sites not listed here may follow different schedules.
The following testing sites WILL operate this week:
No Appointment or Doctor’s Order Required
Maryland Department of Health Sites:
- Baltimore Convention Center (Baltimore City) – Open Wed., 7/1, 8am-2pm.
- Glen Burnie VEIP (Anne Arundel) – Open Wed., 7/1, 8am-12pm
- Six Flags America (Prince George’s) – Open Wed., 7/1, 8am-12pm
Prince George’s County Health Department Sites:
- NEW: First United Methodist Church of Hyattsville
- Laurel-Beltsville Senior Activity Center
- Prince George’s County Health Department, Cheverly Health Center
- Rollingcrest-Chillum Recreation Center
- Wayne K. Curry Sports and Learning Center
For more detail on PGCHD’s testing sites, including days and hours of operation, visit Health.MyPGC.us/CovidTesting.
Schedule Online: Appointment Required – No Doctor’s Order Required
Baltimore County Department of Health Sites:
- Baltimore-Highlands – Lansdowne Health Center
- Owings Mills VEIP
- Timonium Fairgrounds
Visit https://bcwebservices.wufoo.com/forms/covid19-testing-appointments/ to schedule.
Schedule via Physician: Appointment and Doctor’s Order Required
- Bel Air VEIP (Harford)
Bel Air VEIP will operate on Fri., July 3. It is the only site on this list that will operate on July 3.
- Carroll County Agricultural Center (Carroll)
- Columbia VEIP (Howard)
- Hagerstown VEIP (Washington)
- Prince Frederick VEIP (Calvert)
- Waldorf VEIP (Charles)
- White Oak VEIP (Montgomery)
IMPORTANT NOTE: There are several testing sites throughout the state that are operated by organizations other than MDH and its partners. The above list is not an exhaustive list of all testing sites in the state. Patients are always encouraged to verify the hours of any site when planning to take a test. For more information on testing sites across the state, visit coronavirus.maryland.gov and click on the “Testing” tab.