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Hogan Urges Vigilance During Holiday Weekend

July 2nd, 2020 by WCBC Radio

Big crowds are expected at beaches for the Fourth of July holiday weekend, leading to more concerns about people potentially spreading the coronavirus. The July Fourth weekend typically draws a huge number of people to Ocean City, Maryland, and leaders expect this year to be no different, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Ocean City already called off its annual fireworks display in an effort to stop people from gathering in one place. Masks are not required in outdoor areas in Maryland so officials are saying it is  a “go at your own risk” situation for people who choose to be among crowds. Governor Larry Hogan said Wednesday that even though the state’s COVID numbers area continuing to move in the right direction, it is imperative the residents remain vigilant and to follow all of the safety guidelines as they celebrate the holidays…


Speaking during the board of public works meeting,  Comptroller Peter Franchot took time to praise Governor Hogan’s leadership during the Coronavirus pandemic, while at the same time bashing President Trump…


2 Responses to “Hogan Urges Vigilance During Holiday Weekend”

  1. July 02, 2020 at 9:48 am, Dan said:

    Party at Marks house, no mask required!


  2. July 02, 2020 at 12:25 pm, hollywood said:



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