EDITORIAL: Local leaders make tough coronavirus decisions Maryland governor won’t

As coronavirus cases spiked in Maryland, health officers from the state’s five largest counties and Baltimore City asked the state to step in and renew restrictions on restaurants, bars and other venues that Gov. Larry Hogan lifted in June. But the governor, during an appearance on CSPAN-2 on Tuesday, said he planned to “keep business open, and the economy, unless it’s absolutely necessary.” That forced local leaders to make the tough decisions to keep citizens safe that Maryland’s governor won’t. (Balt Sun)

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