On December 9th, Mayor Brandon Scott signed an executive order affecting many different businesses in Baltimore City. This executive order will go into effect on December 11th at 5:00 pm.
On November 6th, Health Commissioner Dr. Letitia Dzirasa issued a new health order, now requiring face covering be worn in all public spaces. The Health order went into effect on November 6th at 5:00 pm.
This executive order goes into effect Friday, December 11th at 5 pm.
A gathering includes assemblies or meetings – social or festive – for a specific purpose. Types of gatherings include any celebrations, parties, cookouts, barbeques, reunions, or other events likely to involve a large group of people. Gatherings are typically by invitation, such as a wedding or a party at someone’s home. Gatherings may be advertised to the general public, such as a fundraiser or festival and/or they may be ticketed events.
Indoor gatherings at both public and private facilities are limited to 10 persons. Outdoor gatherings at both public and private facilities are limited to 25 persons.
Indoor recreation venues are closed under this order.
Foodservice establishments can remain open for carryout, drive through, or delivery service only. No indoor or outdoor dining on-premises is allowed.
Yes, the retail activity at a licensed cigar/tobacconist establishment, or at a brewery or similar establishment with a BD7 or Class D tavern license, may continue to operate the retail section of the business at 25% capacity.
A religious ceremony would be subject to the 25% capacity limitation for the venue; however, a celebration or reception is subject to the restriction on gatherings (10 persons indoors and 25 persons outdoors).
Yes, for all venues, facilities, establishments, or other spaces with a maximum occupancy requirement, employees, staff and any other person present must be included in the calculation.
No, under Section XIII of this order, theaters must remain closed for live and live-streamed performances at this time.