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    ​​​​​Birth Certificates​

    You may need additional documentation, including a certified copy of a birth certificate, to renew your Maryland Driver's License or Identification Card due to the Federal Real ID Act. Th​e Vital Statistics Administration publishes the requirements for obtaining a certified copy of a birth certificate.


    QAC Goes Purple Logo 

    Preparedness and You! emergency.cdc.gov/preparedness/ 


    Maryland Health Connection Widget​​​​​​​​2019 National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable - 80% in Every Community (click the image below to watch the video).

    NCCRT On the Web - https://nccrt.org/ 


    To the Citizens of Queen Anne's County

    Find updates and the most current information on vaccination and testing on our ​Facebook page.

    COVID-19 VACCINE Information

    Queen Anne's County Department of Health is offering COVID-19 vaccine free of charge at the health department offices.  To find and register for an upcoming appointment please visit https://covidvax.maryland.gov and search by the 21617 zip code, call 1-855-MD GO VAX, or call 443-262-9909 for assistance.

    ​COVID vaccines are offered for ages 12+ on Mondays and Fridays from 1 – 4 PM and on Thursdays from 8:30 AM-4 PM by appointment only.  

    Beginning December 1, 2021, COVID vaccine for 5-11 year olds will be offered on Wednesdays from 1 – 4PM.​


    • QAC Health Department, 206 N. Commerce St., Centreville (access off of Banjo Lane)
      • Monday through Friday, 9a-12p; Walkups accepted but appointments are preferred.  Please call 443-262-9909 for an appointment.
    Face masks and At-Home Rapid Antigen Test Kits are available to the public for pickup from Queen Anne’s County Public LIbraries.  Please check the library website for information

    To stay current on OFFICIAL information regarding the COVID-19 situation here in Queen Anne’s County, please visit: ​www.qac.org
    Visit the Maryland Department of Health and CDC's Novel Coronavirus pages linked below for more information.
    The State of Maryland has set up a COVID Prevention line for citizens to report concerns and violations.
    Call: 1-833-979-2266 or


    Queen Anne's County Department of Health


    Queen Anne's County Department of Emergency Services


    Queen Anne's County Drug Task Force

    410-758-TIPS (8477)

    Office of the Sheriff for Queen Anne's County


    Maryland State Police, Barrack 'S' Centreville


    Centreville Police Department


    Queen Anne's County State's Attorney's Office