Closures and Cancellations
ANNAPOLIS — The Annapolis Symphony Orchestra announces additional concert cancellations. The Box Office will contact ticket holders for these canceled performances to offer ticket options of a donation to the Musician Fund or a full refund. The canceled performances include:
STEVENSVILLE — The Kent Island Heritage Society announced Friday, March 20, that the Kent Island Day celebration in May has been canceled in light of the current state of emergency and concerns over the the COVID-19 pandemic.
CENTREVILLE — There are zero confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in Queen Anne’s County as of Friday, March 20.
If your church, organization, business or club has made the decision to cancel, postpone or reschedule an event or activity in relation to the pandemic send an email with all the details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHESTERTOWN — What would have been the 44th annual Chestertown Tea Party Festival has been canceled.
EASTON — Comptroller Peter Franchot announced the closure of all agency branch offices throughout the state effective at 4:30 p.m., Thursday, March 19. Taxpayer assistance will still be available via email and phone.
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ANNAPOLIS — In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Maryland Board of Public Works will conduct its regular meeting without any members of the public in attendance.
Las organizaciones e instituciones están evaluando cómo ayudarán a sus constituyentes a mantenerse saludables, a medida que se desarrollan los desarrollos con respecto al nuevo coronavirus, COVID-19. Si bien la lista de cierres y aplazamientos evolucionará, estas organizaciones y eventos pub…
ANNAPOLIS — As the number of confirmed novel coronavirus cases in Maryland nears 40 with no predictable end to the spread in sight, dine-in restaurants, bars, movie theaters and gyms have been ordered to close indefinitely, starting at 5 p.m. Monday, March 16.
Southern Maryland Locations
- St. Mary's Caring continues to provide meals despite closures
- Mother sees children’s support from inside St. Mary's nursing home
- Most Pax River base employees work from home
- CSM moves to teleworking, campuses close March 19
- St. Mary's government cancels and postpones meetings
- Maryland lawmakers to end session early due to virus
- St. Mary's hospital clamps down on visitors to facility
- Southern Maryland colleges cancels in-person classes as reaction to coronavirus
EASTON — All Talbot County Free Library branches will be closed beginning Monday, March 16 through Saturday, March 28. The Library Board of Trustees decided to close the libraries to help protect against the spread of the Coronavirus. The library plans to reopen on Monday, March 30.
EASTON — Talbot County Health Officer Dr. Fredia Wadley confirmed at a press conference the county has its first confirmed case of COVID-19 virus.
Cecil County Election Office
EASTON — In the wake of Gov. Larry Hogan’s executive order limiting the size of gatherings, Talbot County religious leaders are changing, and sometimes canceling, worship services.
Organizations and institutions are assessing how they will help their constituents stay healthy, as developments regarding the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, unfold. While the list of closings and postponements will evolve, these organizations and events posted plans as of March 14:
While the NCAA has canceled its national basketball, wrestling and hockey tournaments, the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association is sticking with its until-further-notice approach, giving hope the spring sports seasons — and the boys’ and girls’ state basketball tournaments …
Closure/Operational interruptions due to COVID-19:
CECIL COUNTY — Cecil County Public Library said it would be closed from March 15 until Monday, March 30 due to COVID-19 coronavirus concerns and amidst similar state closures. Online services will still be available.
• Dorchester County Council Meeting Tuesday, March 17 - CANCELLED
EASTON — Effective 5 p.m. Friday, March 13, all support group meetings, classes, seminars and professional meetings scheduled at University of Maryland Shore Regional Health hospitals, outpatient and other facilities are cancelled until further notice.
Upper Shore Locations
- COVID-19 pandemic results in new restrictions at Cecil County Detention Center
- Police in Cecil County take precautions amid COVID-19
- Blood Bank of Delmarva needs donors during coronavirus outbreak
- Plumpton Park Zoo, closed by COVID-19 restrictions, needs help
- AgriCulture: COVID-19 hurts farming, Cecil Farm Bureau reschedules banquet
- Cecil County keeps residents up to date
- Supplies, definitions confound retailers in Cecil County
- Newark Natural Foods temporarily closes due to coronavirus case
- Newark suspends parking lot fees, gives 15-minute grace period at meters
- Newark bans private gatherings of 10 or more people to avoid spread of coronavirus
- Drive-thru virus testing site set up at Chesapeake College
- QA UMD Extension office functioning; building closed to public
- KI Farmers Market relocates to Cult Classic Brewery
- La lista de cierres y aplazamientos del 17 de marzo
- ChesMRC works to keep Hispanic community updated
- Talbot Council holds emergency meeting March 16
- WC student hospitalized in Chestertown is feeling better, awaiting COVID-19 test results
- First Talbot COVID-19 case announced
- Stores scramble to keep shelves full
- Washington College student hospitalized, awaiting test results for COVID-19