ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Gov. Larry Hogan announced the state can move into Phase Three of the Maryland Roadmap to Recovery Plan at 5 p.m. on Friday, September 4, but has left the decision up to each individual jurisdiction.

Movie theaters and live entertainment venues will be able to open at 50 percent capacity, or up to 100 people at indoor venues, or 250 people at outdoor venues.

All retail stores, as well as churches and houses of worship, will be able to increase capacity from 50 percent to 75 percent.

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

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 Three reopening plan.

Anne Arundel County: The county will remain on the Phase Two reopening plan until further notice.

Baltimore City: Baltimore City will go into Phase Two of the reopening plan on Tuesday, September 7.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Frederick County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Three reopening plan.

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

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

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

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

Montgomery County: The county will remain on the Phase Two reopening plan until further notice.

Prince George’s County: The county will remain on the Phase Two reopening plan until further notice.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Worcester County: The county is following the governor’s Phase Three 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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