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Hogan disputes designation of MD as COVID hot spot by NY, NJ, CT

September 10th, 2020 by WCBC Radio

Maryland's coronavirus positivity rate has prompted some states to require visitors from Maryland to quarantine when visiting. According to WBAL,  Maryland is back on New York state's list of quarantine states, which means travelers from Maryland who are visiting New York are required to quarantine for 14 days. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut now consider Maryland a coronavirus hot spot. Maryland travelers visiting those states must quarantine for 14 days.  Maryland travelers landing at New York airports will have to fill out a form or possibly face a $2,000 fine. New York Governor  Andrew Cuomo…

 

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan recently authorized another stage of reopening just last week- and once again touted Maryland’s COVID numbers as being among the best in the nation. A message he has passed on to Governor Cuomo…

 



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