March 18, 2021
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Prince George's County is making great strides in vaccinating our residents against COVID-19 and we are now vaccinating 15,000+ people each week. The Health Department has outfitted and mobilized three vaccination vans to reach homebound residents. If you are homebound or are the caregiver of someone who is homebound, please call 311 to schedule an appointment. Today Governor Hogan announced that Maryland is moving into Phase 2 eligibility and indicated that we will have enough supply to vaccinate all Marylanders who want to be vaccinated in the next few months.

I am also pleased that the County Health Department will now provide the white CDC vaccination cards to those who have been vaccinated but did not receive a card. To request a card, please send an email

As vaccine eligibility expands and supply continues to increase. all residents of Prince George's County age 16+, should pre-register for the vaccine through the County Health Department and Luminis Health via the links below. Visit the State of Maryland website for a listing of all locations with the vaccine. Please urge your friends, family and neighbors to pre-register today. In order to get back to "normal" it is crucial that as many residents as possible are vaccinated.

Health Equity Virtual Connections
Please join me tomorrow, Friday, March 19, from 12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m. for my next Virtual Connections event. The topic will be Health Equity in Prince George's County.

Ari Holland-Baldwin from Mary's Center and Sharon Zalewski, the executive director of the Regional Primary Care Coalition will share information and answer your questions.

Please register in advance at:
Maglev - Make Your Voice Heard
Please join me for a virtual community forum about the proposed Maglev project on Tuesday, March 30, at 7:00 p.m.

We will provide simultaneous Spanish and American Sign Language translation during the event.

Please join this event to learn more about Maglev, the negative impact it will have on individuals homes, neighborhoods, and on critical environmental resources across Prince George's County and how you can make your voice heard about this project.

Flooding and Stormwater Management Briefing
On Tuesday, the Prince George's County Council held a briefing regarding Government Services and Services Related to Flooding Issues.

The Directors of the Department of Public Works & Transportation, Department of Permitting, Inspections & Enforcement and Department of Environment along with leadership from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and WSSC shared crucial information. I urge residents to watch this briefing, including short, medium and long-term recommendations.

Transforming the New Carrollton Metro Station
A s you may know, promoting transit-oriented development in District 3 has been one of my top priorities since being elected. I'm thrilled that this vision is becoming a reality at the New Carrollton Metro Station. The Stella multi-family building will be leasing soon. The WMATA Maryland Headquarters is being constructed and will open in late 2022. Additional multi-family is under construction or in development review. A LIDL grocery store is also being proposed for the Defense Heights Shopping Center on Rt. 450. If you missed my community update about the New Carrollton Metro Station, I hope you'll take the time to watch it now.

Scholarship and Job Opportunities
Stay Informed!
#OnlyTogether - Ways to Help
Medical and Non-Medical Volunteers are needed to help with vaccine distribution. Learn more and sign up ere: be sure to select Prince George's County. 

Shephard's Table is seeking volunteers to distribute meals on Tuesday and Thursday evening at Riverdale Elementary School. Sign up here:

Route One Communities Care has partnered with Greater Riverdale Cares to support local restaurants and feed neighbors in need. Learn more at or
#ICYMI - In Case You Missed It
Contact Your District 3 Team

Wanda Brooks,

geneather Lloyd,

Aimee Olivo,

Alina Smith,

Alesha Wilson,