Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Outbreak
June 21, 2021

On July 1, 2021 Governor Hogan ended the State of Emergency for COVID-19 pandemic. County Executive Hornberger followed suit ending the local declaration for the State of Emergency in Cecil County effective the same day.

We will not be updating the numbers below, unless there is a spike in cases within the County.

As of now, Cecil County has 6,372 and cases of COVID -19 and 150 fatalities. Currently, there are 462,736 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Maryland and 9,538 fatalities.

What can you do to stay safe?
1. Wash your hands and cover your coughs!
2. Avoid contact with sick people.
3. Sanitize frequently touched places.
4. Stay home if you feel sick.
5. Cover your sneezes and coughs.
6. Keep your hands away from your face.

At-home COVID-19 saliva test kits are now available to be picked up from the Health Department Monday through Friday from 9-10am and from 3-4pm. You need to make an appointment to pick up a kit. You can call 410-996-1005 during normal business hours or email to request a kit.

For information on vaccines, please visit the link below for the Cecil County Health Department's Vaccination page.

For more information, please visit the Centers for Disease and Control Prevention (CDC), the Maryland Department of Health (MDH), and the Cecil County Health Department.

Please also visit the Cecil County Government's website for a list of closures and updated due to COVID-19 at

Hyperlinks: CDC
Cecil County Health Department Vaccinations
Attachment Free at-home COVID-19 Testing Flyer CCHD 5.2021.pdf  (146k)