Maryland COVID-19 Crackdown Continues

Governor Hogan Announces Additional COVID-19 Enforcement Measures

(Annapolis, MD) — Governor Larry Hogan is instituting new restrictions on businesses as coronavirus cases continue rapidly spreading throughout Maryland. Capacity for retail businesses has been cut back to 50-percent and all establishments that serve alcohol must close by 10 p.m., except for delivery and takeout. Hogan is making the changes to try and keep hospitals from overflowing with patients. The state has seen 19 straight days of at least one-thousand new cases of COVID-19 and hospitalizations have increased 80-percent in the last two weeks.