ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Gov. Larry Hogan announced the state can move into Phase Two of the Maryland Roadmap to Recovery Plan, but has left the decision up to each individual jurisdiction.

At 5 p.m. on Friday, June 12, the state lifted the order requiring the closure of non-essential businesses. Nail salons, tanning salons and massage parlors in the state will be able to reopen at 50 percent capacity.

Baltimore, meanwhile, moved to phase one on June 8. On June 19, it moved to Phase Two.

Retailers, offices, financial institutions, car dealerships and insurance agencies are able to re-open with public health guidelines in place. Manufacturing facilities, construction, specialty vendors, warehouses and technology firms are also included.

The State Department of Education will continue with its plan to reopen child care centers as more people head back to work, Hogan said.

Meanwhile, state government agencies such as the MVA will move toward a “phased reopening” offering services by appointment only. Transit schedules will also begin to return to normal.

MDOT MTA transit schedules will return gradually to normal starting July 12.

Phase One of reopening Maryland included the reopening retail stores with 50% capacity, manufacturing may resume operations, personal services like barbershops and hair salons may reopen at up to 50% capacity and by appointment only. Pet groomers, animal adoption shelters, car washes and art galleries can open.

Churches and religious services can also open, with outside services encouraged, but inside services may be permitted at 50 percent capacity or less.

Restaurants, VFWs and Elks Lodge were allowed to start offering outdoor dining starting on May 29. The governor also said that youth day camps, low-contact outdoor sports practices, outdoor pools and drive-in movie theaters can reopen with some restrictions in place.

On Friday, June 12, indoor dining reopened at 50 percent capacity, the governor announced. On Friday, June 19, casinos, gyms and shopping malls reopened at a limited capacity.

Below is a look at how each county is responding to the eased restrictions. Not all counties will follow open to the governor’s level.

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Allegany County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Anne Arundel County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Baltimore City: The city is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan, with 50% capacity at most businesses.

Baltimore County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Calvert County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Caroline County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Carroll County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Cecil County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Charles County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Dorchester County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Frederick County: The county is following the governor’s phased reopening plan but says it is reaching out to clarify some details on re-openings for outdoor activities including pools.

Garrett County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Harford County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Howard County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Kent County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Montgomery County: Montgomery County moved to Phase Two at 5 p.m. on June 19. For more information, click here.

Prince George’s County: The county entered a modified Phase Two on Monday, June 15.

They will fully enter Phase Two starting Monday, June 29.

Queen Anne’s County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

St. Mary’s County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Somerset County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Talbot County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Washington County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Wicomico County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan.

Worcester County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Two reopening plan, and Ocean City, Maryland announced they are lifting short-term rental restrictions. The beach and boardwalk are also reopened but are still following certain social distancing guidelines.

For the latest information on coronavirus go to the Maryland Health Department’s website or call 211. You can find all of WJZ’s coverage on coronavirus in Maryland here.

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