Almost 90% of Marylanders are planning to stay home for Thanksgiving, according to a new survey released Thursday by AAA.
Half of those who responded to the survey said they are staying home because of the coronavirus, the survey said, and 43% of people felt it would be a “significant” risk to travel.
Thursday was the fourth time the state has reported 2,000 or more cases in the past six days. Gov. Larry Hogan has encouraged people to stay home for the holiday and avoid traveling out of state if possible.