Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced Wednesday that he will further loosen coronavirus restrictions in the city, just days after digging in his heels against Gov. Larry Hogan’s decision to reopen many businesses statewide. Beginning Friday March 26, Baltimore will allow indoor dining at 50% of capacity and outdoor dining at 75% of capacity. House of worship, retail, indoor and outdoor recreation, gyms and casinos will be allowed to operate at half capacity.
Baltimore to loosen COVID restrictions to 50% capacity for most businesses, including indoor dining
March 18, 2021