No new restrictions in Prince George’s County despite COVID-19 ‘uptick’

The coronavirus numbers are taking a bit of a turn for the worse in Prince George’s County, Maryland, but the county executive and health officer aren’t ready to reinstitute widespread restrictions yet. Instead, they’re reminding residents of the importance of sticking to the rules that are already in place. County Executive Angela Alsobrooks said during a briefing Thursday that the county saw more than 900 cases of COVID-19 during the week of July 12, up from 581 the week before. And the daily average of hospital inpatients went from 45 to 62 over the same time frame. (WTOP)

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