What does a “State of Emergency” mean?
A state of emergency was declared on March 5, 2020 and continues into
effect. A state of emergency has been declared in order to allow Maryland
to coordinate and request emergency resources and support in response to
the COVID-19 (Coronavirus). A state of emergency allows the Governor to
access certain resources in order to increase the State's response.
A state of emergency is a good indicator that residents should remain alert and follow officials’ orders and news stations in order to be informed of the situation.
UPDATE - Here is additional information about this state of emergency:
- For health resources regarding COVID-19, including case counts and clinician guidance, Marylanders should visit coronavirus.maryland.gov.