State of Emergency in Maryland to Expire Tonight at Midnight



The state of emergency in Maryland, which was first instituted on March 5, 2020 is set to expire tonight at midnight.

On July 1st Governor Hogan announced the end of COVID-19 state of emergency, which was followed by a 45-Day administrative Grace period, which ends August 15th. Most capacity restrictions and mask mandates were lifted July 1st.

From the state of Maryland:

Thursday, July 1 will mark the beginning of a 45-day grace period, where certain regulations will continue to be relaxed to complete the administrative transition out of the pandemic. This includes such provisions as renewing driver’s licenses, winding down emergency health operations, and the moratorium on evictions related to COVID-19.



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