Maryland Gov. Hogan tightens coronavirus restrictions on restaurant capacity, strongly discourages large gatherings

By | November 11, 2020

In September, Maryland entered the third stage of its recovery plan, allowing some previously closed businesses — including movie theaters and live entertainment venues — to reopen with limited capacity. Most other businesses, such as restaurants, casinos and malls, had been allowed to reopen in previous orders. Places of worship, which had been permitted to hold services up to 50% capacity, were allowed to move to 75%.

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