Maryland tightens grip on regs as COVID-19 surges

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The following stats caused Gov. Hogan to tighten the regulations governing capacity in business and public venues to curb the case count:

  1. The largest number of Maryland cases were reported on 11.17.20 at around 2,149 cases.*
  2. The number of days where there were more than a 1,000 cases was 13. *
  3. The state remained at 6.85% positivity rate.*


The Governor took the following actions based on the list above:

  1. Bars and restaurants to close by 10 PM
  2. Retail to drop back to 50% capacity from the current 75%
  3. A ban on fans at sporting events (college and professional)
  4. Ending visitations at hospitals and senior homes

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