Covid-19 Announcement June 5

Covid-19 Announcement June 5

Maryland has entered Phase 2 of the Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recover
June 5, 2020

By Executive Order, beginning Friday, June 5 at 5:00pm

At 5 p.m. on Friday, June 5th, Harford County will safely follow Gov. Hogan’s move entering into Stage Two of the Maryland Roadmap to Recovery. This is a gradual step forward for businesses with specifics posted on the governor’s website. Most “non-essential” businesses can reopen with safety precautions. State government agencies such as the MVA will begin returning to normal next week.

Everyone is encouraged to continue social distancing and wearing facemasks inside public places. While some employees can return to work, the governor has urged those who can telework to continue doing so.

Additional information on COVID-19:
Harford County Public Health - Click HERE
Maryland Department of Public Health - Click HERE
Center for Disease Control Travel Guidelines - Click HERE
Harford County Restaurants - Click HERE for carryout / delivery options - SUPPORT LOCAL
Maryland Executive Orders - Click HERE for a list of Governor Hogan's Executive Orders

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