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Governor Hogan: Maryland to lift order requiring closure of non-essential businesses

UPDATE: Governor Hogan has released additional details regarding beginning Stage Two here.

Original story below…


ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan provided an update on the state’s progress in battling the COVID-19 on Wednesday afternoon.

At Wednesday’s press conference, Governor Hogan announced that the state could safely begin entering Stage Two of the Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery.

Effective on Friday, June 5, Maryland will be lifting the order requiring the closure of non-essential businesses.

Nail salons, tanning salons, massage/tattoo parlors may reopen at 50% capacity, by appointment only, and with strict safety protocols.

Starting Monday, June 8, state government will also begin returning to more normal operations. The Motor Vehicle Administration and other customer-facing agencies will begin a phased reopening.

Additional guidance may be found in the documents below.

Click to access Gatherings-EIGHTH-AMENDED-6.3.20.pdf

Click to access General-Business-COVID-19-Best-Practices.pdf

Click to access Personal-Services-COVID-19-Best-Practices.pdf

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