About a week and a half ago, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan eased capacity restrictions at bars, restaurants, stores and larger venues. Since then, daily COVID-19 caseloads and hospitalizations have inched upward, following weeks of declines. But the numbers remain far better than the peaks at the beginning of the year. Meanwhile, nearly a quarter of Marylanders are at least partially vaccinated against the coronavirus, according to state officials.
Maryland snaps streak of reporting 1,000+ COVID-19 cases, but hospitalizations continue climb
March 23, 2021