(Annapolis, MD) The COVID-19 state of emergency in Annapolis will continue for another 90-days. The Annapolis City Council unanimously passed the extension yesterday saying it will help to fight a rise in COVID cases and hospitalizations. Mayor Gavin Buckley announced the emergency order last month and it will now last through April 11. Under the order Mayor Gavin Buckley is granted powers to address the public health crisis and city will allow temporary outdoor dining in parking lots and municipal parking spaces similar to the recovery zones created in 2020 and 2021.
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