Charles County Sets Date for Phase One Reopening

Charles County to implement Phase One of Maryland’s coronavirus recovery plan beginning May 29.

Yesterday, the Charles County Board of Commissioners voted to maintain the Stay-at-Home Order until May 29. After that date, the county will begin a gradual phased-approach recovery plan designed to safely allow businesses and facilities to open. Prior to the decision the Commissioners received briefings from the County Attorney, health professionals, and representatives from the business community.

From the press release:

“I am committed to a regional approach to reopening our economy,” Commissioners’ President Reuben B. Collins II (D) said in a press release following the meeting. “Our community’s response has been excellent so far and I want to continue that trend by asking our residents and businesses to continue following the Stay-at-Home order while preparing for the next phase of our recovery. Ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all residents remains my highest priority.”

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