A judge in Baltimore’s circuit court denied a request lift indoor and outdoor dining bans in the city.
The decision came down Wednesday, one week after a judge in Anne Arundel County decided to restore indoor and outdoor dining there.
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In a statement, Mayor Brandon Scott said he was pleased with the decision.
“My decision to temporarily restrict in-person dining was not an easy one, but was necessary given the science and critical role Baltimore’s hospitals play in the COVID-19 response and in providing critical care for Maryland residents statewide. We will continue to evaluate the COVID metrics on infections, hospitalizations and deaths and I will ease restrictions when it is justifiable by the data,” he said in the statement.
Source: CBS Baltimore
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