Maryland’s Reopening ‘Paused’ Due To Latest Increases In COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations, Hogan Says

Further reopening plans for Maryland amid the coronavirus are “paused” in place, Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday. The governor made the comments at a news conference Wednesday afternoon. Maryland will not move into the third phase of the Roadmap to Recovery plan “until it is safe, prudent and thoroughly backed by the data and medical science,” Hogan said. (WJZ-TV)

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