September 4, 2020
County decisions on reopening phases remain mixed as the State opens the doors for a move toward Phase Three of the Roadmap to Recovery plan. Phase Three allows for the reopening of indoor theaters and outdoor venues at a limited capacity, and increased capacity for retail and religious establishments. While most counties feel that they meet the necessary measures to proceed with the Governor's plan, there are still some who feel their numbers are too high to safely move into the next phase. Conduit Street has the latest coverage on which jurisdictions are ready for Phase Three, and those that are proceeding with more caution to curb their coronavirus cases.

Conduit Street Podcast Corner:
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Kevin Kinnally and Michael Sanderson are joined by Natasha Mehu and Calvert County Health Officer Dr. Laurence Polsky to discuss the latest on state and local efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Polsky shares his insights on school reopening, contact tracing, Maryland's move toward Stage Three of the Roadmap to Recovery plan, and the timeline for a droppable, safe, effective, and widely available COVID-19 vaccine.
Listen to any Conduit Street Podcast Episode:
Counties In Action
Calvert Department of Aging Launches Virtual Activity Center for Senior Citizens
@CecilCoHealth Reminds Residents Face Masks Are Still Required with Phase 3 Guidance
Frederick Goes Purple for National Recovery Month

Corporate Partner Corner

Kaiser Permanente, a MACo Gold Corporate Partner, is sharing tips to protect yourself and others this Labor Day Weekend.

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