BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A number of COVID-19 vaccine and testing clinics in Maryland are being closed on Thursday due to winter weather.
The Baltimore Convention Center and Six Flags America sites will both be closed Thursday, the state’s health department said. All appointments at the Six Flags site will be automatically rescheduled for March 3.READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Up To 10 Inches Of Snow Possible For Parts Of State Thursday
All Anne Arundel County Health Department COVID-19 vaccine and test clinics will be canceled Thursday, officials said. The department will contact people with COVID-19 vaccine appointments by email and phone to reschedule.
Feb18 – All #AnneArundel HealthDept #COVID19 Vaccine & Test Clinics canceled due to weather. @AAHealth will contact people with VACCINE appointments by phone & email to reschedule. People with TESTING appointments can reschedule at https://t.co/uKIpMp2sqI pic.twitter.com/cRBUVQbIs6
— Anne Arundel Health (@AAHealth) February 17, 2021
People with testing appointments can reschedule on the Anne Arundel County Health Department website.
In Baltimore County, clinics are closed on both Thursday and Friday. People with vaccination appointments will get an email with a new date.20
Due to the impending winter storm, Baltimore County Department of Health Vaccination and Testing Clinics are cancelled for Thursday, February 18 and Friday, February 19.
If you have a vaccination appointment, you will receive an email with a new appointment date. pic.twitter.com/xeK83EoFYr
— Baltimore County (@BaltCoGov) February 17, 2021
In Harford County, the health department said the vaccine clinic is delaying its opening until noon. Anyone with an appointment between 9 a.m. and noon can arrive between noon and 4 p.m.READ MORE: TIMELINE: When Will It Snow In Maryland?
Due to inclement weather COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Friday, 2/19, will be delayed until 12pm. If you were scheduled between 9am and 12pm, you may come at any time between 12pm and 4pm. If you were scheduled between 12pm and 5pm, your appointment is not impacted.
— HarCo Health Dept. (@HarCoHealthDept) February 17, 2021
Testing is also canceled at the University of Maryland College Park, the university’s police department tweeted.
(2/2) canceled. More at https://t.co/IZvTWJ4rsf
— UMD Police Dept. (@UMPD) February 18, 2021
At Towson University, tests through the health center are also canceled.
COVID-19 sentinel test appointments through the University Health Center on Thursday are cancelled. Those sentinel appointments do NOT need to be rescheduled.
— Towson University (@TowsonU) February 18, 2021