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The Baltimore City Health Department Novel Coronavirus website – Includes information for general public, clinicians, community and business leaders, parents, and older adults and caregivers, travel information, infographics, and links and resources.
The Maryland Department of Health’s Coronavirus Tracking Page – Includes the latest information of the number of cases by jurisdiction, and the latest information on the state’s efforts with regard to the pandemic.
Maryland Unites – Governor Hogan’s COVID-19 page, including background information, the latest news, a list of opportunities to help, and an “A-to-Z Resource Guide”.
The CDC’s Novel Coronavirus Outbreak Website – Includes state-by-state breakdown of Coronavirus cases, information about the Federal government response, and frequently asked questions about the pandemic.
Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center – Contains detailed information on the spread of the outbreak.
World Health Organization’s Coronavirus Portal – Realtime visualization of worldwide situation.
Local Government Resources and Support
Map of Baltimore City COVID-19 Food Distribution Sites – Includes rec and community centers, senior centers, and schools.
The Baltimore City Public Schools Health Updates Page – Includes information on the 16 schools where free breakfast and lunch is available from 10am to 2pm every day.
The Baltimore City Public Schools Learning Packets Page – Learning packets available for download for students in pre-K through 12th grade, gifted and advanced learning, newcomer/EL, and alt framework/citywide programs.
Baltimore COVID-19 Asset Map – Created and maintained by the Office of City Council President Brandon M. Scott.
Baltimore City Recreation and Parks Alerts Page – Includes information on 39 recreation centers that will be serving food from 2pm to 7pm every day.
Maryland Department of Labor’s Division of Unemployment Insurance – Contains information for workers and businesses who have been affected by the Coronavirus quarantine.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for Employees and Businesses – Information on employer and worker assistance, financial assistance, and taxes, licensing and permitting, and more.
Maryland Department of Transportation Coronavirus – Information on service changes to bus, light rail, subway, MARC service as a result of the pandemic.
Survey for impacted Baltimore businesses – The Baltimore Development Corporation is collecting information on impacted Baltimore City businesses and non-profits due to COVID-19 to provide to state and federal resource partners.
BGE’s Coronavirus Updates Page – Information for customers during Coronavirus pandemic.
CDC Stress and Anxiety Page – Information and resources to help manage stress and anxiety.
Maryland Department of Aging’s Senior Call Check Program – A free, opt-in, daily telephonic service to check on Maryland’s older residents, all across the state..
Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs’ Multilingual Coronavirus Info Page – Information can be downloaded in Spanish, French, Chinese, Korean, and Arabic.
Baltimore Mutual Aid Spreadsheet – Includes resources for general information, food, healthcare, housing, child/pet care, emotional/spiritual support, storage, transport, and other things.
Baltimore Neighborhood Quarantine Response Teams – Links to neighborhood-based groups of individuals volunteering to support vulnerable populations, and vulnerable populations who need support.
The United Way of Central Maryland’s COVID-19 Community Economic Relief Fund – A fund set up to help with rent, food, and bills. Follow the link to request help and to donate to the fund.
Baltimore Community Foundations’ COVID-19 Evolving Community Needs Fund – A fund set up to enable rapid response to mitigate the effects of the public health emergency. All donated funds will go directly to address the negative impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on our region’s communities, workforce, and vulnerable populations.
The Fund for Educational Excellence’s Emergency School Closure Family Support Fund – Funds will be used to provide vital resources to families and schools during this time of school closure.
COVID-19 Baltimore Restaurant Offerings – A list of Baltimore restaurants offering carryout, curbside pickup, delivery, and gift cards
Restaurant Opportunity Centers United COVID-19 Resources – A list of national and city/state resources available to restaurant workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maryland Citizens for the Arts’ COVID-19 Emergency Services and Resources – A list of federal and state efforts that will benefit artists.
FindHelp.org – Find food assistance, help paying bills, and other free or reduced cost programs that help people affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, searchable by zip code.
COVID-19 communityCONNECT Ways to Help – Business Volunteers of Maryland’s portal for non-profits in need of support to submit requests and for potential volunteers for connect.
Baltimore Action Legal Team Bail Fund – BALT is operating a Bail Fund to help individuals who are sitting in jail during this public health emergency.
Resources for Drug Use and COVID-19 Risk Reduction – Guidance documents, government advisories, and tools for people who use drugs and stakeholders likely to engage with people who use drugs.
Local Resources for Businesses Affected by COVID – EcoMap Baltimore’s guide of local resources (mostly funding sources) that can help small business through this time.
Xfinity Free WiFi Hotspots Map – In response to COVID-19, Xfinity has made all Xfinity WiFi Public Hotspots open to everyone.
Pratt E-Library – Find eBooks, eMagazines, eAudiobooks, movies, and more for your PC, smartphone, tablet or other compatible devices. Accessible in all Pratt Library locations or from home with your library card.
The National Aquarium in Baltimore Livestream – Livestreams from the Blacktip Reef, Jellies Invasion and Pacific Coral Reef exhibits.
Scholastic Learn at Home – Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing.
Educational Shows on Netflix (pre-k to high school) – Netflix provides an array of educational shows for kids of all ages.
Cosmic Kids Yoga (for younger ones) – Yoga, mindfulness and relaxation designed especially for kids aged 3+, used in schools and homes all over the world.
Podcast Suggestions – The 25 Best Podcasts for Kids. Entertaining, informative, and kid-friendly podcasts for bedtime, road trips, and more.
National History Museum Virtual Tours – These virtual tours allow visitors to take self-guided, room-by-room tours of select exhibits and areas within the museum from their desktop of mobile device. Visitors can also access select research and collections areas at our satellite support and research stations and past exhibits no longer on display. Many of the tours provide a view of previously unseen archives or holdings.
National Women’s History Museum Online Tours – Online tours from the National Women’s History Museum.
Films from DC Public Library – The DC Public Library offers hundreds of on-line films for viewers of all ages.
EBooks and Audiobooks from DC Public Library – Audiobooks and EBooks from the DC Public Library for readers of all levels.
Brainfuse Virtual Learning Tools – A clearinghouse of online learning tools including access to live tutors, writing labs, study guides, and collaborative learning platforms.
Bookflix:- From Scholastic. An online literacy resource that pairs classic video storybooks from Weston Woods with related nonfiction eBooks.
Gale Courses for Adult Learning – Offered through Pratt Library. Gale Courses offers a wide range of highly interactive, instructor led courses that you can take entirely online. Courses are free to all library card holders in good standing. Courses run for six weeks and new sessions begin every month.
Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance Resources for Artists
A clearinghouse of resources for artists impacted by COVID-19
BmoreArt – List of resources and cancellations
Listening Sessions with MD State Arts Council – The Maryland State Arts Council is offering listening sessions with director Ken Skezesz about the needs of the arts sector during the COVID-19 emergency and beyond. MDSAC is developing criteria for emergency funds for FY 21
Google Arts & Culture – Virtual museum tours from around the world
Baltimore Arts Info – Access to collections from the Walters, The Baltimore Museum of Art, the Visionary Art Museum, and more.
Peabody’s Final Performance (for the time being)
Hey Baltimore – Podcast features interviews with Baltimore locals in the arts/culture/entertainment scenes.
Out of the Blocks – WYPRs immersive listening experience built from a mosaic of voices and soundscapes on the streets of Baltimore.
Running List of Livestream Concerts via NPR – A list of live virtual concerts to watch during the COVID-10 shutdown. Updated regularly.
NPRs Tiny Desk Concerts – Archives of the NPR Tiny Desk Concert series
The Ivy Bookshop – One of Baltimore’s independent bookstores. Scroll down for info on online ordering, curbside pickup and delivery options.
Greedy Reads – Independent bookstore in Fells Point and Remington, providing curbside pickup and some limited delivery options during the COVID-19 shutdown.