Caroline County Economic Development

COVID-19 Webinars for Caroline County Employers

Caroline County Economic Development has teamed up with the Caroline County Health Department and Choptank Community Health to offer weekly webinars on COVID-19 to Caroline County employers.  These webinars are intended to help you stay open, be protected, and succeed during the current Omicron surge, and are offered Thursday mornings at 8:30am on Zoom.

Topics that will be covered include local COVID-19 positivity rate, current federal and state requirements and guidelines for businesses, suggested upscale mitigation efforts to improve your current COVID-19 control plan, and a Q&A for employers to ask questions. 

Registration is required to attend these free webinars. To register, please complete this form. A Zoom link will be sent to all registrants. 

The first webinar took place on January 20th. The following resources were provided to attendees.

  • OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) has a webpage on Protecting Workers: Guidance on Mitigating and Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in the Workplace. Find the guidelines here. 
  • The CDC’s COVID-19 Data Tracker for Caroline County can be accessed here.
  • The CDC’s Guide to Masks can be found here.
  • Caroline County-specific information on COVID-19 is available at
  • Choptank Community Health has partnered with the Avalon Foundation to connect the community with valuable, local answers about COVID-19. In their most recent episode, Megan Wojtko, CRNP, the Chief Clinical Officer for Choptank Community Health, talks about home testing and reporting results. You can submit questions to be considered in upcoming episodes by emailing Additional COVID Answers videos can be found here.
  • You can place an order for FREE at-home COVID-19 tests at
  • Additional information on COVID-19 in Maryland can be found at

The next webinar will be held on Thursday, January 27th at 8:30am. Register online here. Thank you for being part of the work to help protect our workers and residents of Caroline County.

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