On New Year's Eve, Mayor Brandon M. Scott will be joined by City officials, faith leaders, and community organizers for a virtual vigil to read the names and honor the lives of those lost to violence in Baltimore in 2020.
Mayor Brandon M. Scott released a statement regarding the Baltimore Circuit Court's decision to deny a request for a temporary restraining order regarding restrictions to in-person dining due to a spike in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.
Mayor Brandon M. Scott and World Central Kitchen (WCK) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to help secure funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to assist in the response to food insecurity faced by families in Baltimore during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mayor Brandon M. Scott called on Baltimore City residents to assist Baltimore City’s COVID-19 contact tracers, debuting a series of new advertisements to encourage Baltimore City residents to answer contact tracing calls from the Baltimore City and Maryland State Health Departments.
Mayor Brandon M. Scott outlined Baltimore City’s four-point COVID-19 Emergency Food Strategy, which includes a commitment of over $5.3 million dollars to provide 20,000 food boxes per week to Baltimore residents disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.