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Additional Local Governments Measures and Resources
State law grants local leaders the authority and the flexibility to implement more restrictive policies than the state orders if they deem them necessary based on the changing conditions in their individual jurisdictions.(Click the county name for full measures)
- Anne Arundel
- Restaurants 50% capacity indoors, 50% outdoor permitted provided 50% of tent sides are up
- Organized sports: Indoor facilities capped at 50% - Masks worn at all times except for participants on field of play. Outdoor facilities capped at the lesser of 50% or 250 persons
- Indoor theaters can operate at 50% capacity, or a maximum of 100 people, whichever is less
- Outdoor entertainment venues can operate at 50% capacity, or a maximum of 250 people, whichever is less
- Religious facilities, which are permitted to have 50% capacity, can host outdoor services for religious holidays with attendance capped at 250 people.
- Baltimore City
- Mandatory mask mandate
- Restaurants/bars/breweries permitted to reopen indoor dining at 25% capacity and outdoor dining at 50% capacity
- Sign in/out sheets required for contact tracing. One hour time limit.
- No more than 10 people will be permitted to gather in homes, indefinitely
- Gym classes permitted -- socially distanced with masks required -- and limited to 10 people
- No more than 25 people will be permitted to gather together outside, indefinitely
- Sports gatherings prohibited
- Indoor recreation sites (except adult entertainment and hookah and cigar lounges) can reopen at 25% capacity
- Hookah and cigar lounges can open retail sales at 25% capacity but they must remain closed to on-site consumption
- Baltimore County
- Indoor social gatherings of more than 10 people and outdoor social gatherings of more than 25 people are prohibited
- Masks required in all indoor spaces and outdoor spaces when physical distancing can't be maintained with non-family members
- Limit social gatherings to no more than 15 people.
- Indoor recreational facilities: statewide restriction currently limits all indoor recreation to 50% capacity.
- If that reduced capacity limit would allow more than 50 people, the County order would then lower that facility’s limit to 25% capacity.
- Closed county facilities, including indoor parks and rec facilities
- Indoor gatherings 10 people max, outdoor 25 max
- Wedding receptions and social and fraternal organizations will be permitted to host up to 50% capacity
- Indoor recreational sports and programs will be permitted to host 50% capacity or 100 people, whichever is less
- Outdoor recreational sports and programs will be permitted to host 50% capacity or 250 people, whichever is less
- All businesses changed from 1 person per 200 feet of retail space - not to exceed 150 people
- Indoor dining allowed at 25% capacity, 90 minute dining period - outdoor, carry-out, delivery, and drive-thru still allowed
- Alcohol sales suspended at 10 P.M.
- Indoor sports gatherings capped at 10 people
- Prince George’s
- Indoor dining permitted at 1 person/household per 200 square feet or 25% capacity, whichever is lower.
- Outdoor dining capped at 50% capacity.
- Gyms, fitness centers, and other indoor physical activities may operate with 1 patron per 200 square feet of fitness space, not to exceed 25% capacity.
- Retail stores & malls capped at 1 person/household per 200 square feet or 25% percent capacity, whichever is lower.
The following counties conform with state restrictions, but the links may host county-specific resources:
Allegany | Calvert | Caroline | Carroll | Cecil | Charles | Dorchester | Garrett | Kent | Queen Anne’s | Somerset | St. Mary’s | Talbot | Washington | Wicomico | Worcester