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Maryland Resource Guide

The following is a list of resources and vital information related to the state of Maryland Coronavirus Response Efforts as related to your Maryland based restaurant. This list of resource links will continue to be updated with new information as it becomes available.

Where Maryland Is In ReOpening:

In Maryland, Governor Hogan announced that the State will lift its state of emergency and fully reopen on July 1st. This does not affect restaurants much as restrictions related to our industry were previously lifted, but it means that any remaining Covid-related requirements or restrictions in the state will end. The state’s mask order — which requires face coverings indoors at schools, day care centers, medical settings and on mass transit — will expire the same day. Hogan said businesses can set their own rules on mask wearing for employees and/or guests. Legally, the state of emergency has a 45-day grace period and will not officially expire until August 15. During the grace period, the moratorium on evictions will remain in place. Local governments could use the next several weeks to sort out what their next steps will be and what, if any, restrictions the local jurisdictions may keep in place. Click here for an FAQ from the Governor’s office on ending the state of emergency.  

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Contact RAMW

If you have questions regarding any of the above topics or anything else, please email coronavirus@ramw.org, as this will help ensure you receive a timely response on your pressing issue. To reach out to a specific team member, please click here for our staff directory.