Gov. Larry Hogan is urging Marylanders to avoid any non-essential travel as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.
As of Tuesday, 1,667 new cases of coronavirus have been reported for a total of 185,464. Hospitalizations are also up.
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“We want all of our families across the state to enjoy the holidays. But we want them to do it in a safe way,” said Hogan. “While the way we celebrate this year, may be different. We still have so much to be thankful for.”
According to AAA, 90% of Marylanders surveyed plan to stay home for Thanksgiving due to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases, and the general uncertainty surrounding the pandemic.
Source: CBS Baltimore
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