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Maryland Governor Ending COVID-19 State of Emergency July 1
Updated On: Jun 17, 2021
June 16, 2021 | Maryland will end a state of emergency for COVID-19 on July 1, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday. The governor made the announcement as health metrics continue to improve in the state. “Masks or face coverings will not be required in any settings anywhere, including schools, camps, and child care facilities," Hogan said. “If you have been vaccinated, you are safe, but those who have not gotten vaccinated will continue to be at risk," Masks won’t be required by state law. But restaurants, venues, and other businesses and workplaces may continue to require them. Here's a look at what Gov. Larry Hogan said about Maryland's road to recovery amid the pandemic restrictions being rolled back. Updated 6/17: Baltimore will follow the state and end both its state of emergency and mask mandates on July 1.
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