MARYLAND - With the number of cases continuing to rise and the state reporting more than 2,000 new cases during a total of five separate days, new restrictions have been implemented.
Maryland New COVID-19 Restrictions are Inplace
Maryland’s Governor Larry Hogan announced new restrictions to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Across the state, masks are required at all public indoors locations and required where possible outdoors. In Baltimore, masks are required outdoors in all cases.
Also, the hospitality industry, one of the hardest-hit sectors across the state, is under the new revised restrictions and will have to close by 10 p.m.
Indoor capacity has also decreased to 50% at retail businesses, organizations, religious institutions, personal services, bingo halls, bowling alleys, pool halls, skating rinks, fitness centers, and social clubs.
Further, restrictions are "fans not allowed" at public stadiums, and limits placed on visitation to hospitals and nursing homes.
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