Caroline County will move forward with Phase One of Maryland’s coronavirus recovery plan.
Caroline County yesterday announced that it will move forward with Stage One of the “Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery,” which includes rescinding the stay-at-home order and the gradual reopening of retail, manufacturing, houses of worship, and some personal services with limitations. The decision follows Governor Larry Hogan’s announcement that some parts of the state could move into the first stage of recovery.
According to Caroline County:
It is critical that all residents continue to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by practicing social distancing, staying at home as much as you can, wearing face masks when out and washing your hands frequently. If you develop any warning signs of COVID-19 – trouble breathing/shortness of breath; pain or pressure in the chest; loss of smell or taste or smell; cough; fever or shaking chills; please seek medical attention immediately
Click to download Caroline County’s Road to Recovery: Stage One