The testing announcement follows USM guidance.
Brennan has served on the council since 2014.
The directive comes after Montgomery County and Washington, D.C. officials made similar orders this week.
The Beltsville business is among hundreds across the U.S. making the move.
It also asked all non-essential workers to stay home.
Officials want to make sure students are counted.
The new facility is set to open by August.
Staff say they see as few as five patients per day.
The State's Attorney and public defender's offices are set to work together.
“The whole point of a public health issue is not to bring everybody together."