UPDATED: Maryland’s Reopening Status, By County

Update: As of Wednesday, May 27, Governor Hogan has determined that Maryland is ready to move forward with further Phase 1 reopening measures. Guidance still allows for local flexibility, but those in alignment with the State re-opening will move to open outdoor dining and social organizations, with safety measures in place. Updated reopening measures by county are listed below.

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County Map via Geology.com

Governor Hogan announced Wednesday, May 13, 2020, that the statewide stay-at-home order would be lifted on May 15 at 5:00 PM, and replaced by a safer-at-home advisory. The advisory eases some restrictions on businesses and gatherings. His statement allows for local leaders to make their own decisions on a timeline for reopening, acknowledging that the severity of the pandemic varies widely across the state.

Here’s a breakdown of where counties currently stand:

Allegany County: Aligned with State Phase 1 guidance effective May 15

Anne Arundel County: Partial Reopening, guidelines can be found on Anne Arundel County’s website.

Baltimore City: Stay-at-home guidelines remain in place, Mayor Young allows restaurants to open outdoor dining

Baltimore County: Aligned with State Phase 1 guidance effective May 29, 2020 at 5:00 PM

Calvert County: Calvert has extended their local state of emergency, but will reopen with phase one of State plan.

Caroline County: Moves Foward with Stage One of Recovery of Maryland Plan
Caroline County’s Roadmap to Recovery effective May 15th

Carroll County: Carroll to move forward with Stage One of Recovery Plan effective May 15th

Cecil County: Phase 1 reopening effective May 15th

Charles County: Entering Phase 1 recovery effective May 29th

Dorchester County: Phase 1 reopening effective May 15th

Frederick County: Phase 1 effective May 29th

Garrett County: Phase 1 reopening effective May 15th

Harford County: Phase 1 reopening effective May 15th

Howard County: Howard announced lifting of further restrictions effective May 29th

Kent County: Phase 1 reopening effective May 15th

Montgomery County: Montgomery County to move foward with Phase 1 effective June 1

Prince George’s County: Stay-at-Home order rescinded effective June 1, residents encouraged to practice safer at home measures

Queen Anne’s County: Phase 1 reopening effective May 15th

St. Mary’s County: Phase 1 reopening effective May 15th

Somerset County: Phase 1 reopening effective May 15th

Talbot County: Phase 1 reopening effective May 15th

Washington County: Phase 1 reopening effective May 15th

Wicomico County: Phase 1 reopening effective May 15th

Worcester County: Phase 1 reopening effective May 15th

Information will be updated as it becomes available. Continue to follow the Conduit Street blog for the latest details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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