Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan today announced that Maryland will begin to move into stage three of the "Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery," with additional gradual reopenings starting Friday.
As part of the state’s initial entry into this stage, indoor theaters for live performances or movies, will be allowed to reopen to the general public at 50% capacity, or 100 people per auditorium, whichever is less, along with appropriate health and safety protocols, a release from Hogan’s office said.
Outdoor venues for live performances and outdoor movie theaters will also be able to reopen to the general public at 50% capacity, or 250 people, whichever is less, Hogan said.
Capacity for retail establishments and religious facilities will be allowed to increase from 50 to 75%, according to the release.