Gov. Hogan announces expanded capacity for indoor dining in Md.

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On Friday, Governor Larry Hogan marked the beginning of the state’s first-ever Maryland Restaurant Week by announcing expanded capacity for indoor dining.

Effective Monday, September 21st at 5 p.m., capacity for indoor operations at restaurants will be allowed to increase from 50 to 75 percent, with appropriate distancing, and following strict public health requirements.

“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,” said Governor Hogan. “To celebrate the first-ever Maryland Restaurant Week, I encourage Marylanders to support their favorite local businesses, whether you do so through delivery, curbside pickup, or by dining indoors or outside.”

Governor Hogan’s full order can be found here.

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