Beginning July 1st, the State of Emergency in Maryland will be lifted and all government restrictions in place due to the pandemic will be rescinded.
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Following the CDC’s updates, Governor Hogan is lifting the mask mandate for Marylanders while indoors and outside, with the only exceptions being public transportation, healthcare institutions and schools.
Governor Hogan announced that capacity restrictions will be lifted on all businesses beginning this Saturday, while the mask mandate continues until 70% of all adults receive their first shot. Kids as young as 12 will now also be eligible to receive a vaccine.
To support our youth, Maryland is launching Project Bounce Back with $25 million in resources, partnering with Boys & Girls Clubs and underscoring mental health support services.
ALL Marylanders age 16+ can get a vaccine at a mass vaccination site beginning tomorrow. A no-appointment-necessary walk-up line is now available in Salisbury, and coming soon to Hagerstown and additional sites.
Starting today, ALL Marylanders age 16+ can now pre-register for the vaccine, with eligibility phases expected to accelerate; 75% of residents age 65+ have been vaccinated, federal mobile vaccination units and more vaccination sites are coming soon.
Governor Hogan reports that 25% of Marylanders have received a #vaccine, with Phase 2A (ages 60+) starting 3/23, Phase 2B (16+ with increased risk) beginning 3/30.
Hogan announced Dr. Robert Redfield, former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, will join Maryland’s COVID-19 team, and provided updates about the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and more mass vaccination sites.
Another mass vaccination site set and a pre-registration website coming next month, nearly 30k shots now administered each day, increasing reports of fraud surrounding the vaccine, and additional screening for COVID-19 variants.
On Wednesday, February 3, 2021, Governor Larry Hogan live-streamed his State of the State address from the State House in Annapolis.
Governor Hogan announced an expedited rollout of the vaccine in Maryland – moving Phase 1B up to Monday 1/18 for ages 75+, assisted living residents and adding K-12 teachers, staff and child care providers. Phase 1C (ages 65-74) to begin Monday 1/25.
Taking effect January 1, 2024, companies should take steps now to prepare for the upcoming reporting obligations, with potential penalties including fines and jail time.
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