Parts of Maryland begin reopening this afternoon after Governor Larry Hogan recently gave them permission to reduce restrictions at 5 p.m. But Hogan urges caution as the “safer-at-home-order” kicks in. Retail stores are allowed open, but only at 50 percent capacity. Same goes with barbershops and hair salons. Counties hit hardest by the coronavirus, like Prince’s George’s and Montgomery, may open at their own pace.