Governor Continues State Of Emergency In Maryland

He say this COVID-19 crisis is ‘far from over.’                                                                                   




Annapolis, Md (KM) You still need to continue wearing a mask in public places and practice social distancing. Governor Larry Hogan has continued the state of emergency he issued on March 5th, 2020 to help in the fight against COVID-19.

“While Maryland’s positivity rates remain lower than most states in America, we are closely monitoring increases  in some of our key metrics as well as rising  numbers in states across the country,” the Governor says in a statement.

“This crisis is far from over, and this virus does not recognize state borders,” Governor Hogan continues. “I want to remind Marylanders that the only way to keep our state open for business is to avoid traveling to hotspots and continue following health guidelines. We cannot let out guard down, and we must remain vigilant.

The Governor has renewed hi state of emergency on March 17th, April 10th, May 6th, June 3rd, July 1st, July 30th, August 10th, September 8th and October 6th.


By Kevin McManus