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11/07/22 Montgomery County Health Officials Launch COVID-19 Wastewater Surveillance Project
10/10/22 Halloween 'BOO!sterama' to Be Held Saturday, Oct. 29 at Westfield Wheaton Mall; Montgomery County Encourages Updated Boosters as COVID-19 Illness Continues
05/17/22 With COVID-19 Cases Rising Again, County Recommends Precautionary Measures to Protect Against Greater Community Spread of Virus
05/11/22 Montgomery County to Launch Fourth Phase of COVID-19 Rent Relief Program, Applications Available Starting May 16
03/28/22 Montgomery County’s COVID-19 Remembrance and Recognition Month Wraps Up with ‘Food Security Week’
03/23/22 Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich Encourages Residents to Thank Essential Workers During County’s COVID-19 Remembrance and Recognition Month
03/15/22 County to Provide At-home PCR Test Kits at Multiple Locations Beginning March 16
03/14/22 Montgomery County’s ‘Housing Week’ Recognizes Public and Private Efforts to Ensure People Impacted by COVID-19 Were Not Displaced and Had a Place to Live During the Pandemic 
03/07/22 'Public Health and Health Care Week' Recognizes Public and Private Efforts During First Two Years of COVID-19
02/23/22 Montgomery County to Recognize Two Years of COVID-19 Response Efforts Throughout the Month of March
02/10/22 ‘Boosterama’ Returns to Westfield Wheaton on Feb. 19; Encourages County Residents to get COVID-19 Booster Shots 
02/10/22 County Health Officials Release Updated Report on Health Disparities
02/09/22 Montgomery County Continues to Distribute COVID-19 Rapid Test Kits and N95 Masks to Community Organizations, Childcare Providers, and Private Schools
01/14/22 Montgomery County Launches Online Form for Community Organizations to Request COVID-19 Rapid Test Kits
01/11/22 Update: Montgomery County Public Libraries Comic Convention Goes Virtual
01/04/22 Montgomery County Government Will Open as Scheduled Jan. 4
01/03/22 Montgomery County Government Will Remain Open Jan. 3; COVID-19 Testing and Vaccinations at Most County-Operated Facilities to Continue