ELKTON, Md. (WJZ) — Days after Gov. Larry Hogan loosened coronavirus-related restrictions to allow some “low-risk” outdoor activities, Cecil County has reopened its boat ramps and fishing piers.

While some outdoor activities are allowed, others remain closed. In Cecil County, playgrounds, basketball court and athletic fields are still off-limits.

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On Wednesday, Hogan announced that Marylanders would be able to golf, play tennis, go boating, fishing and camping and participate in other outdoor activities beginning the following day.

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In the Baltimore area, boating and fishing are once again allowed at Liberty, Loch Raven and Prettyboy reservoirs.

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