As a result of the state’s rapid pace of COVID-19 vaccinations and subsequent declines in key health metrics, Governor Larry Hogan announced yesterday, the lifting of ALL CAPACITY restrictions on outdoor entertainment, art, and sports venues (including ticketed events) and indoor entertainment venues and conventions, and all remaining restrictions on indoor and outdoor dining, as of Saturday, May 15. However, the indoor mask mandate is still in effect.
County Executive Jan Gardner held a public information briefing today where she stated Frederick County will align with the Governor’s orders.
The Frederick County Board of Health’s order, concerning gatherings remains in place.
Executive Gardner held a public information briefing this morning regarding Governor Hogan’s latest revision to lifting restrictions on outdoor seating and face coverings. We will interpret the expectations in the bullet points below:
This applies to OUTDOOR ONLY:
Executive Gardner is aligning with Governor Hogan’s latest order. Both STRONGLY encourage mask wearing where social distancing cannot occur.
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Frederick County Delegation
With the upcoming General Assembly session, contact information (addresses and email addresses) for Frederick County Delegation can be found by clicking HERE.
Please make sure that you are following all delivery/alcohol regulations during this time. We are here to assist or answer any questions you may have during this State of Emergency. The links below are different types of containers that would meet these suggestions. If you have any questions please reach out to our staff.
Delivery of Alcohol
Licensees (Class A, B & DBR) who would like to apply for alcohol delivery may do so by: