Notes From Governor Hogan’s 3/9 Press Conference

Notes From Governor Hogan’s 3/9 Press Conference

(notes may be paraphrased)

• MD’s case rate per 100k has dropped by more than 76% to 12.9%, which is better than 32 other states.

• MD’s positivity rate has declined by more than 64%, to just 3.4%, which is better than 39 other states.

• Nursing homes with active cases has dropped by 59%

• Hospitalizations down 59%, from nearly 2,000 to 792, which is lowest since 11/10/2020

• MD is conducting surveillance testing at one of the highest rates in the country and sequencing for coronavirus variants at one of the highest rates in the world.

• More than half of Marylanders over 65 and more than half of our entire Phase 1 population has been vaccinated.

• Demand for the vaccines continues to exceed the supply. Supply will remain in the same level for approximately two weeks before we see an increase.

• Effective Friday, 3/12 at 5pm, capacity limits will be lifted on outdoor and indoor dining. Restaurants will still be limited to seated and distanced service only.

Local jurisdictions are not required to follow these guidelines.

• Effective Friday, 3/12, other large outdoor and indoor venues will expand to 50% capacity, including conference and wedding venues, concert venues, conventions, theaters, racing facilities, and sporting venues.

Local jurisdictions are not required to follow these guidelines.

• Masking, physical distancing, and other safety protocols will remain in place for all indoor and outdoor business and establishments.

Updated executive order available here.

• Quarantine requirements and other restrictions regarding out-of-state travel will also be lifted.

• Employers are encouraged to continue supporting telework when possible.

• Statewide masking order REMAINS IN FULL EFFECT.

• We can’t afford to undo the progress we’ve al made together.

• We are closer to the light at the end of the tunnel and a return to some kind of normalcy in our lives.

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