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County Executive Calvin Ball Hosts Water Safety Event 

County Executive Calvin Ball Hosts Water Safety Event 

In the past month alone, Howard County paramedics have responded to three potential drownings. To ensure residents has the information and resources to keep its families safe during the summer month, County Executive Calvin Ball joined county officials to talk water and swimming safety.
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County Executive Calvin Ball Hosts Water Safety Press Conference

In the past month alone, Howard County paramedics have responded to three potential drownings. To ensure the Howard County community has the information and resources they need to keep their families water safe this summer and beyond, Howard County Executive Calvin Ball and other government departments to host press conference to discuss water and swimming safety.
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Howard County Recreation & Parks to Provide Childcare in Public School Buildings Starting on July 6

Howard County Recreation & Parks to Provide Childcare in Public School Buildings Starting on July 6

Howard County Recreation & Parks (HCRP) will begin childcare services, including all-day camps, in nine Howard County Public School System (HCPSS) buildings on July 6th. HCRP has traditionally provided all-day and half-day camps during the summer months at HCPSS buildings. In addition to childcare camps, HCRP will resume indoor camps at their community centers, historic sites, nature center, athletic complex, and smaller county-owned facilities on July 6th. 
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Coronavirus Updates: Data Trends, Rec & Parks, Bike Share Reopening, Twin Freedoms Day

Coronavirus Updates: Data Trends, Rec & Parks, Bike Share Reopening, Twin Freedoms Day

Howard County continues to see COVID-19 data trending in the right direction. Howard County Health Department now has 45 contract tracers working to trace and investigate COVID-10 confirmed cases in the county. Cited in the HoCo RISE plan, the Center for Health Security at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health estimated 15 contact tracers per 100,000 population needed. Howard County is still onboarding additional contact tracers. 
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