ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Gov. Larry Hogan issued a stay at home order Monday to help slow the spread of coronavirus in Maryland. Although he previously closed all non-essential businesses, he asked residents to practice social distancing and not gather in groups larger than 10.
Marylanders concerned about businesses breaking the order have several ways to bring attention to any issues.READ MORE: Vaccines Are Helping The Economy Return To Normal. Supply Chain Problems Are Holding It Back
“Workers with concerns about their businesses being open can email Secretary.Commerce@maryland.gov for guidance and information,” the governor’s spokesman Mike Ricci tweeted.
EMPLOYEE QUESTIONS. Workers with concerns about their businesses still being open can email Secretary.Commerce@maryland.gov for guidance and information.
— Mike Ricci (@riccimike) March 31, 2020
You can also file a complaint with the health department.READ MORE: Baltimore County Will Only Pick Up Paper Bags For Yard Waste Next Year
To file a consumer complaint, go to the Attorney General’s website, just hit the red “File a Consumer Complaint” button. You must provide documentation of the price gouging, receipt, picture, etc. Here’s a helpful FAQ.
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