ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Some great news for graduating seniors — graduations, proms and other “normal” senior activities will be possible “as long as we follow all health advice.”
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan made the remark during a press conference Tuesday, where he announce he would lift capacity restrictions on restaurants, retail, personal services, religious buildings, indoor recreation, fitness centers and casinos.
“I think as long as we follow all the health advice and we do masking and distancing that we should be able to get back to some of those normal things in life,” Hogan said.
UPDATES FROM GOV. HOGAN’S NEWS CONFERENCE:
- Maryland Lifts COVID Capacity Limits On Restaurant Dining, Retail And Other Businesses, Masks Still Required
- COVID Latest: Maryland Lifts Quarantine Restrictions On Out-Of-State Travel, Testing Strongly Encouraged
- Maryland’s Statewide Mask Mandate To Remain In Effect As COVID-19 Restrictions Loosen, Gov. Larry Hogan Says
- Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Site In Hagerstown To Open March 25, One Week Ahead Of Schedule
- COVID-19 Latest: Oriole Park Can Host Fans At 50% Capacity, Gov. Hogan Announces
- COVID-19 Latest: Adult Day Care Centers To Reopen With Safety Measures In Place, Gov. Hogan Says
Large indoor and outdoor venues — used for weddings, concerts, conventions, theaters, racing or sports — will remain at 50% capacity.
However masks are required and social distancing should be maintained.
All Maryland school districts opened on March 1 for some form of in-person or hybrid learning.
WATCH: Gov. Hogan’s Full News Conference: