Updated Safe Capacity Limits For Outdoor Sporting Venues

Updated Safe Capacity Limits For Outdoor Sporting Venues

Governor Hogan and Maryland Secretary of Health Robert Neall today issued orders updating safe capacity limits for outdoor sporting and entertainment venues while maintaining face-covering requirements and strict public health protocols. Read the Governor’s order here. Read the Health Secretary’s order here
OUTDOOR SPORTING VENUES: The Governor’s order limits spectators at outdoor sporting venues to 10% of total capacity, including at M&T Bank Stadium and FedEx Field.

OUTDOOR ENTERTAINMENT VENUES: The Governor’s order limits occupancy to 10% for outdoor entertainment venues that have a total capacity greater than 2,500.

FACE COVERINGS AND PUBLIC HEALTH PROTOCOLS. The Governor’s order requires face coverings at all outdoor sporting and entertainment venues. Under the Health Secretary’s order, venues must follow social distancing protocols, and social gatherings at the venue—such as tailgating—are prohibited.
Maryland Farmer COVID-19 Relief Program
Governor Hogan today announced a new $10 million initiative to provide critical support to thousands of Maryland farmers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Maryland Farmer COVID-19 Relief Program will offer direct assistance to contract poultry growers and a bonus payment to any farm operation that received funding through the first round of the federal Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP).
Watch today’s announcement.  For more information, or to apply online for the Maryland Farmer COVID-19 Relief Program, go here.
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