BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen has issued a code red heat advisory through Thursday, Sept. 6.

The heat advisory is for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday as the heat index is expected to be over 100 degrees.

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The Mayor’s Office of Human Services’ Community Action Partnership will open the following cooling centers on Wednesday and Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.:

• Northern Community Action Partnership Center, 5225 York Road, (410) 396-6084
• Southern Community Action Partnership Center, 606 Cherry Hill Road (inside the shopping center 2nd floor), (410) 545-0900
• Northwest Community Action Partnership Center, 3939 Reisterstown Road, (443) 984-1384
• Southeast Community Action Partnership Center, 3411 Bank Street, (410) 545-6518

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The Baltimore City Health Department’s Division of Aging and CARE Services will also open the following senior centers from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday:

• Waxter Center for Senior Citizens: 1000 Cathedral Street, (410) 396-1324
• Oliver Senior Center: 1700 Gay Street, (410) 396-3861
• Sandtown-Winchester Senior Center: 1601 N. Baker Street, (410) 396-7725
• Baltimore Hatton Senior Center: 2825 Fait Avenue, (410) 396-9025
• John Booth Senior Center : 2601 E. Baltimore St., (410) 396-9202
• Zeta Center For Healthy And Active Aging: 4501 Reisterstown Rd., (410) 396-3535

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