ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) -- Gov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday medical adult day care centers may reopen with safety measures in place.
"Medical adult day care centers will also reopen with facilities able to set appropriate restrictions and safety measures," the governor said.
Gov. Hogan said among the safety measures include quarantine requirements.
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"I want to make it clear that the virus is still with us, and it remains important to continue to take precautions to stay," Gov. Hogan said.
The governor lifted a number of restrictions Tuesday, including capacity limits at bars, restaurants, retail, religious facilities, fitness centers, casinos, personal services and indoor rec centers.
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