5 Things to Know Today, Jan. 25, In Montgomery County

Today is Monday, Jan. 25 and here are five things to know in Montgomery County.

1. COVID-19 Vaccine Preregistration: The Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services is planning Coronavirus vaccine clinics for residents 75-years-and-older as the county enters Phase 1B of the vaccination process. Individuals must be residents of Montgomery County and be 75-years-or-older at the time of vaccination. Those who qualify can click here to preregister.

2. Library Options: The Long Branch Library will reopen for Holds-to-Go appointments and phone services today. Place items on hold online or by phone, and then make an appointment to pick them up in the library vestibule or at an outside table. Click here for more details.

3. COVID-19 Testing: Free COVID-19 testing is available throughout the county at seven testing sites today. The schedule of clinics can be found here.

4. Virtual Recreation Room: Montgomery County Recreation offers the Rec Room- a virtual recreation hub for residents to enjoy from home. There’s DIY arts & crafts, fitness videos, virtual classes, trips, tours, and fun recreational ideas for any age. Click here for more details.


5. National Radon Action Month: Radon is an invisible, radioactive gas created during the natural breakdown of uranium in rocks and soils. It is found in nearly all soils, according to the county’s Department of Environmental Protection. Montgomery County has high radon levels in the soil, and therefore, every home in the county should be tested for radon. Click here to learn more.

And as a reminder to our loyal readers…Find the latest coronavirus news updates in Montgomery County here.

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