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Masks On Maryland

Posted at 2:02 PM, Aug 12, 2020

Across the state, Governor Hogan wants everyone in Maryland to take the proper precautions to keep themselves and those around them safe-- by wearing a mask in indoor public spaces and in crowded outdoor public spaces, keeping 6 feet apart and practicing social distancing, and washing hands frequently.

The Maryland Department of Commerce and the Maryland Office of Tourism, in conjunction with the state Health Department, have developed messaging to encourage these practices. The spots feature Baltimore personalities like Brandon Hyde, manager for the Baltimore Orioles; Mark Andrews, tight end for the Baltimore Ravens; and Dr. Liz Delasobera of MedStar Health.

Learn more here and remember #MasksOnMaryland