BALTIMORE (WJZ) — With COVID-19 cases continuing to rise, the Baltimore City Health Department on Tuesday suspended all in-person activities at city-run senior centers to curb transmission.

The following senior centers are impacted by the policy:

  • Waxter Senior Center, 1000 Cathedral St., (410) 396-1324
  • Oliver Center Senior Center 1700 Gay St., Ste B, (410) 396-3861
  • Hatton Senior Center 2825 Fait Ave., (410) 396-9025
  • Harford Senior Center 4920 Harford Rd., (410) 426-4009
  • Sandtown Winchester Senior Center 1601 Baker St., (410) 396-7725
  • Zeta Center for Healthy and Active Aging 4501 Reisterstown Rd. (410) 396-3535
  • Cherry Hill Senior Center at the Rowing Center, 3301 Waterview Ave., (410) 396-2920
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Seniors can still get boxed meals at city-run centers. Residents should call centers in advance to confirm hours and availability, the agency said.

The health department’s Aging Services division will continue offering support services over the phone.

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Older residents and caregivers can call the Maryland Access Point at (410) 396-CARE (7723) for additional support, the department said.

As of Tuesday, Maryland has reported 765,944 confirmed cases of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic, according to state health department data.

Of those cases, 87,028–or about 11%–have been reported in Baltimore City.

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Statewide, residents age 60 and older have accounted for 125,240 confirmed cases, according to Maryland Department of Health data.

CBS Baltimore Staff