ATA response to COVID-19



  1. HANDS: Wash them often
  2. ELBOW: Cough into it
  3. FACE: Don’t touch it
  4. FEET: Stay more than 6ft apart
  5. FEEL: sick? Stay home
COVID-19 Stop the Spread of Germs

CDC Guidelines on How to Protect Yourself

Maryland State Coronavirus website:

Baltimore City Coronavirus website:

7th District COVID-19 website:

Information for parents, including food distribution sites at Rec Centers and schools:

Civic Works is offering free food for adult 55+

Starting April 20th Civic Works is offering fresh fruits, vegetables and other essential items (as they are available) to adults 55 and older. If you are running low on food and not able to shop for groceries call 410-826-5955 extensions 100, 105 or 106 on Mondays and Tuesdays from 9am to 3:30pm only. A staff member will help you select food and schedule delivery. Call volumes may be high so leave a message and Civic Works will call you back.

Information for Older Adults:

Symptoms & what to do:

If you are having symptoms that are mild, such as fever, congestion, or body aches, please call a doctor before going to the ER. You may be able to be sent to a tent for testing, which is preferable to coming to the ER. If you do not have a doctor / Primary Care Physician (PCP), can call Johns Hopkins to get guidance on testing at 443-997-9537.

More information from Johns Hopkins on how to respond if you are feeling sick:

Comprehensive list of resources compiled by the Open Society Institute – Baltimore

ATA Events

ATA received notification from Baltimore City that that ALL Community Cleanups and Community Service Workers have been cancelled until a later date. Please continue to be SAFE & Healthy. Please contact us if you need brown clean up bags. Share info with neighbors.

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