Maryland Restaurants May Expand Seating

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland restaurants can expand indoor dining up to 75% of capacity next Monday, Governor Larry Hogan announced.

“As we continue with the third and final stage of our recovery, I want to commend our state’s restaurant industry for their incredible resilience this year and for their continued commitment to the health and safety of Marylanders,” Hogan said in a statement.

Local jurisdictions may choose to adopt the governor’s latest order or reopen at a slower pace.