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Coronavirus Updates: Stay-At-Home Order, Recreation and Parks Guidance, Health Department FAQs

Coronavirus Updates: Stay-At-Home Order, Recreation and Parks Guidance, Health Department FAQs

Today, Governor Hogan issued an Executive Order placing Maryland under a stay-at-home order that goes into effect at 8 p.m. this evening. Residents may not leave their homes except for essential job or reason, including food and medication pick-up, medical emergencies, essential work, or outdoor recreation with safe social distancing. The order can be read online here, with additional interpretive guidance here. Any person who knowingly and willfully violates the order is guilty of a misdemeanor...
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Coronavirus Updates: Town Hall Recap, Virtual Budget Hearing, Essential Child Care

Coronavirus Updates: Town Hall Recap, Virtual Budget Hearing, Essential Child Care

Last night, County Executive Ball hosted a virtual town hall with community leaders to answer questions about coronavirus, the census, and upcoming elections from Howard County residents. More than 15,000 residents tuned in via phone or the Facebook livestream, and submitted 450 questions to the town hall panel. To view the video of the town hall please click here.
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Coronavirus Updates: Virtual Town Hall Tonight, Community Calls, Donation Requests 

Coronavirus Updates: Virtual Town Hall Tonight, Community Calls, Donation Requests 

County Executive Ball will host a Virtual Town Hall tonight at 6:30 pm to answer questions and concerns from Howard County residents about coronavirus and the local response, the census, and upcoming elections. Residents are encouraged to pre-register and will receive a phone call to join the virtual town hall. Or residents can call in at 855-756-7520 ext. 57556#. The event will also be live-streamed online.  
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Coronavirus Updates: Virtual Town Hall, Extended Closures

Coronavirus Updates: Virtual Town Hall, Extended Closures

County Executive Ball will host a Virtual Town Hall on Thursday, March 26th at 6:30 pm to answer questions and concerns from Howard County residents about coronavirus and the local response, the census, and upcoming elections. Residents are encouraged to pre-register and will receive a phone call to join the virtual town hall. Or residents can call in at 855-756-7520 ext. 57556#. The event will also be live-streamed online. 
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