Baltimore restaurants cycle between open and closed as Canton becomes coronavirus hotspot

The same day last month Gov. Larry Hogan announced that restaurants in Maryland would soon be able to open up their dining rooms at half capacity, Charlie Gjerde, co-owner of Wicked Sisters, was shutting his Hampden eatery down. Despite all the health precautions the restaurant has been taking for the past three months — cleaning obsessively and checking staff temperatures at the start of each shift — an employee had tested positive for COVID-19. (Balt Sun)

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