COVID-19 Restrictions Tighten In Maryland

A coronavirus surge has resulted in stricter restrictions in our region, specifically in Maryland.

New coronavirus restrictions going into effect in our region today.   In Maryland, beginning at 5 pm all in-dining service at bars and restaurants must now end by 10 pm.  Gyms, retail stores, and religious centers must reduce capacity to 50-percent.

Officials in Prince George’s County say unaccompanied minors have not been following public mask rules while at the National Harbor.  So, as of today those 17 and younger that are unaccompanied will not be allowed at the Harbor Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights from 5 pm to 6 am.  Violators could face a one-thousand dollar fine.  No end date for the curfew has been announced.