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MD Travel Updates: COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

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Travel Updates: COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

For the latest information on the respiratory illness COVID-19, including links to key resources go to: The Maryland Department of Health / COVID-19

Guidance For Travelers

All indoor and outdoor venues—including dining rooms—are permitted to operate at normal capacity, Maryland governor Larry Hogan announced, citing a drop in the state’s Covid-19 positivity rate. The cruise terminal in Baltimore City will also reopen. The governor also said that the state’s indoor mask mandate will lift as soon as 70 percent of adults receive at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. He anticipates that will happen by Memorial Day.
Please see FAQs on face coverings.

Maryland is following Governor Hogan’s Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery plan, which includes a phased approach to reopening business with a flexible, community-based approach that empowers individual jurisdictions to make decisions. 

The Maryland Office of Tourism wants every visitor experience in Maryland to be exceptional, travelers are encouraged to contact all businesses before visiting. The comfort of Marylanders and  our visitors is our highest priority, we urge everyone to continue to observe public health guidance.  

Prevention

Find a vaccination clinic in Maryland

Latest Information

The Maryland Department of Health / COVID-19

FAQs

​COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions​​​

Rumor Control

Maryland Coronavirus Rumor Control

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Resources

CDC Novel Coronavirus Outbreak Website
CDC Flowchart to Identify and Assess COVID-19​
CDC Novel Coronavirus Fact Sheet​ 

World Health Organization

​World Health Organization (WHO) Coronavirus Website​

Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center

Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases Map

Maryland Businesses

Resources for Maryland businesses addressing the Coronavirus issue may be found here.

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