Maryland

5/6/2020: Maryland’s Governor Larry Hogan updated an executive stay-at-home order. With an earlier executive order, his office also released Interpretive Guidance of Maryland’s Executive Order for further clarification.

3/30/2020: Maryland’s Governor Larry Hogan’s office has issued interpretive guidance on his executive stay-at-home order.

3/30/2020: Maryland’s Governor Larry Hogan has issued a remote notarization’s order.

3/23/2020: Maryland’s Governor Larry Hogan has issued an executive order that, among other things, put in place restrictions on restaurants, recreational and entertainment businesses, and non-essential retail businesses. His office also released Interpretive Guidance of Maryland’s Executive Order for further clarification.

Virginia

3/30/2020: Virginia’s Governor Ralph Northam has issued an executive stay-at-home order directing all Virginians to stay home except in extremely limited circumstances. Individuals may leave their residence for allowable travel, including to seek medical attention, work, care for family or household members, obtain goods and services like groceries, prescriptions, and others as outlined in Executive Order Fifty-Three, and engage in outdoor activity with strict social distancing requirements.

3/23/2020: Virginia’s Governor Ralph Northam has issued an executive order that, among other things, put in place restrictions on restaurants, recreational and entertainment businesses, and non-essential retail businesses. Additionally, the Governor and State Health Commissioner issued an executive order prohibiting all inpatient and outpatient surgical hospitals, freestanding endoscopy centers, physicians’ offices, and dental, orthodontic, and endodontic offices from providing procedures and surgeries requiring personal protective equipment if those procedures, if delayed, are not anticipated to cause harm to the patient by negatively affecting the patient’s health outcomes.

Washington, D.C.

3/30/2020: Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has issued a mayor’s stay-at-home order that reinforces the Mayor’s direction to residents to stay at home except to perform essential activities.

3/24/2020: Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has issued a mayor’s order that, among other things, put in place restrictions on restaurants, recreational and entertainment businesses, and non-essential retail businesses.