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Maryland’s stay-at-home order was lifted at 5 p.m. May 15, allowing for the lifting of restrictions that were put in place to stop the spread of coronavirus.

Not all counties, though, are planning to reopen to the full extent allowed under phase one of Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s recovery plan. Here’s what is allowed in each jurisdiction in the Baltimore area.

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Howard County is set to further loosen restrictions at 7 a.m. Friday. Baltimore City will allow curbside pickup at retail locations beginning 9 a.m. Wednesday.

Key

  • Open

  • Closed

  • Additional modifications or restrictions


Anne Arundel County


  • RetailOpen but limited based on space, starting June 1

  • Barbershops, salonsAppointment only

  • Bars and restaurantsPickup, delivery

  • In-person religious services

  • Gyms

  • Manufacturing

Baltimore City


  • RetailCurbside pickup, delivery

  • Barbershops, salonsCan open for essential workers

  • Bars and restaurantsPickup, delivery

  • In-person religious services

  • Gyms

  • Manufacturing

Baltimore County


  • Retail10 people allowed inside

  • Barbershops, salonsAppointment only, 10 people allowed inside

  • Bars and restaurantsPickup, delivery

  • In-person religious services

  • Gyms

  • Manufacturing

Carroll County


  • Retail50% capacity

  • Barbershops, salons50% capacity

  • Bars and restaurantsPickup. delivery

  • In-person religious services50% capacity

  • Gyms

  • Manufacturing

Harford County


  • Retail50% capacity

  • Barbershops, salons50% capacity

  • Bars and restaurantsPickup. delivery

  • In-person religious services50% capacity

  • Gyms

  • Manufacturing

Howard County


  • RetailCurbside pickup, delivery

  • Barbershops, salonsOne customer at a time

  • Bars and restaurantsPickup. delivery

  • In-person religious servicesNo more than 10 people

  • Gyms

  • Manufacturing

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