Governor Larry Hogan/Mayor Scott lift COVID-19 restrictions effective July 1

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Mayor Scott stressed that Baltimoreans remain civil to everyone regardless of whether they choose to continue or refrain from wearing masks after July 1. 
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Baltimore Sun: Turning a corner on crisis, UMMS donates $4.6M worth of COVID PPE to South Asia

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The University of Maryland hospital system is working to transport its donated goods through two groups: Project C.U.R.E. and the International Medical Health Organization.
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Baltimore Sun: Baltimore City plans to lift mask mandate when 65% of adult residents have received a dose of COVID-19 vaccine

The GBC said it is encouraging all residents to get vaccinated as soon as possible so that city businesses can be "on equal footing with businesses and employers in other jurisdictions."
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Gov. Hogan announces all Marylanders 16 and older are eligible for vaccine at mass vaccination sites

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Gov. Hogan announced that three more mass vaccination sites will open this week, including at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Baltimore County.
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Governor Larry Hogan announces timetable for future vaccination phases

COVID-19 updates
On March 23, Maryland will enter Phase 2a, which will allow all Marylanders 60 or older to qualify for the vaccine.
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Gov. Larry Hogan’s March 9 COVID-19 Press Conference

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Gov. Hogan has announced that he is removing capacity limits for indoor and outdoor dining at restaurants and bars with seated service, as well as at retail venues.
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The Daily Record: Baltimore rolls back one-hour dining limit and other restrictions

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Several COVID-19 restrictions in Baltimore will be rolled back at the beginning of next week, including a one-hour limit to indoor dining that was put in place in January.
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Mayor Scott updates COVID-19 restrictions, announces hotel grants — Feb. 17

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Mayor Brandon Scott announced that Baltimore City has received $8 million in state grant funds for assistance to hotels.
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