Local County Government Covid-19 Updates

 

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY (County Executive Steuart Pittman)

On Monday, January 31, the Anne Arundel County Public Safety Order requiring masking will expire as scheduled. The Order was put into place on January 7, 2022 as a continuation of the County Executive Order on December 31, 2021 to respond to the surge in COVID cases due to Omicron which caused an unprecedented burden on our hospitals. Since the implementation of the Public Safety Order, case rates and hospitalizations have peaked and they are now coming down.

For the Anne Arundel Dept. of Health’s most recent  announcement, click here. 

 


 

BALTIMORE CITY (Mayor Brandon M. Scott)

Baltimore will lift its indoor masking requirement next week as the number of coronavirus cases continues to decline in the city. Effective March 1, masks will no longer be required in indoor spaces, both public and private across the city, Mayor Brandon Scott announced Thursday.

For the Status of City Services, click here

 


BALTIMORE COUNTY (County Executive Johnny Olszewski)

Baltimore County’s State of Emergency and indoor mask requirement expired on February 7, 2022.  On February 14, 2022, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced plans to lift the indoor mask requirement for County buildings and facilities and to end required COVID-19 testing for unvaccinated employees, effective February 28, 2022.

Click here for the most recent update from Baltimore County.

 


 

FREDERICK COUNTY (County Executive Jan Gardner)

As of today, February 12, 2022, the COVID-19 case rate in Frederick County has fallen below 20 per 100,000 population. This was the threshold set in Frederick County Board of Health Regulation 02-2021, so effective immediately Regulation 02-2021 is no longer in effect. Any future mask regulation would require a new Board of Health regulation.

For more information on Frederick County,  click here

 


HARFORD COUNTY (County Executive Barry Glassman)

Harford County has ended its mask mandate on Feb. 1, 2022. “The recent surge in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations is subsiding in Harford County consistent with the drop in statewide metrics,” Glassman said in a statement. “While masks will no longer be required in county government buildings, I continue to encourage citizens and county employees to manage their personal risk, get tested if they have symptoms, and get the vaccine and booster as the best way to avoid serious illness.”

For more the latest Executive Order from Harford County, click here

 


 

HOWARD COUNTY (County Executive Calvin Ball)

County Executive Calvin Ball today signed an Executive Order immediately lifting the mask mandate in Howard County. Howard County Government buildings and facilities, and public transit, including the RTA, will still require masks. Businesses and organizations may still require masking at their own discretion.

For more information on Howard County, click here. 

 


MONTGOMERY COUNTY (County Executive Marc Elrich)

Effective Tuesday, Feb. 22, at midnight, Montgomery County will terminate its mandate requiring masks or face coverings indoors in locations accessible to the public. Despite the mandate being lifted, businesses and other organizations can continue to require customers or visitors to wear a mask in their establishments. The County is strongly recommending that front-facing staff, who have not received their booster, and visitors in County Government offices and facilities continue to wear a mask/face covering in publicly accessible areas. The lifting of the indoor mandate from the Board of Health does not impact mask requirements in Montgomery County Public Schools.

Click Here for Covid-19 related Executive Orders from Montgomery County. 

 


 

PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY (County Executive Angela Alsobrooks)

Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks announced today here, that the County will lift its indoor mask mandate on Monday, February 28, 2022, as COVID-19 case rates continue to drop significantly in the County following the peak of the Omicron variant.

Click here for more Covid-19 updates from Prince George’s County.