Queen Anne’s to Move Forward With Stage One of COVID-19 Recovery Plan

Queen Anne’s County will move forward with Phase One of Maryland’s coronavirus recovery plan today at 5pm. 

Queen Anne’s County today announced that it will move forward with Stage One of the “Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery,” today, Friday May 15th at 5pm. Stage One includes rescinding the stay at home order and replacing it with a Safer at Home Public Health Advisory, allowing retail stores, certain service providers, and places of worship to open at 50 percent capacity, and other measures to gradually reopen the area.

From the County’s press release:

County parks and trails continue to be open for passive recreation but the playgrounds will remain closed. Face coverings are not required outside unless there is a situation where social distancing is difficult or not possible.

Businesses that are looking for further guidance on opening procedures visit the front page of qac.org where there is a list of documents. You can also email qaceoc@qac.org.

Queen Anne’s County Health Department has set up an information line for the public to call with medical questions about COVID-19. Staff will be available by phone from 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM Monday through Friday, 443-262-9900 qaccovid19.callcenter@maryland.gov

Queen Anne’s County Government has set up an information line for questions about county departments and services during COVID-19. This line is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am till 4:30 pm. Call 443-786-9529

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