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Scott doubles down on Baltimore's COVID-19 restrictions

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Scott doubles down on Baltimore's COVID-19 restrictions
Scott doubles down on Baltimore's COVID-19 restrictions
Scott doubles down on Baltimore's COVID-19 restrictions

PANDEMIC.

THIS COMES ASBALTIMORE CITY OFFICIALSREFUSE TO LOOSEN RESTRICTIONSDESPITE THE STATEORDER.

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8:11 MAYORBRANDON SCOTT/(D) BALTIMORE:Itbarhopping.

Itto be reckless with yourpersonal activity... FRIDAYMAYOR BRANDON SCOTT DOUBLEDDOWN ON BALTIMORERESTRICTION WHILE GIVING ASTERN WARNING HEADING INTO ST.PATRICKMESSAGE TO POTENTIAL CITY &STAY HOME.

IF YOURE OUT, MASKUP AND PRACTICE SOCIALDISTANCING.

IF NOT..

8:20 Weknow That can lead to thelives of people dying.

You canliterally kill someone thatyou love by beingirresponsible.

DESPITE THESTATE LIFTING MOST OF ITSRESTRICTIONS AT 5PMCAPACITY CAPSAND CUSTOMER SIGN IN SHEETSREMAIN IN PLACE IN BALTIMORE.HEALTH OFFICIALS SAY WHILE THECITYPOSITIVITY RATE IS AT 2.2PERCENTWHERE THEY NEED TO BE.33:18-28 DR. LETITIA DZIRASA/BALTIMORE CITY HEALTHCOMMISSIONER: Wecontinuing to see thatdecrease trend that we we wereseeing at one point.Additionally weslight uptick inhospitalizations.

Again, welike to see this number comedown consistently as well.ALSO OF CONCERNTHOSE BALTIMOREANS NOT MAKINGAN APPOINTMENT FOR THEIRSECOND SHOT OF PFIZER ORMODERNA VACCINE.

HEALTHOFFICIALS ENCOURGING PEOPLE TOMAKE THOSE APPOINTMENTS..14:42*WED FOOTAGE BUBBLE14:42*WED FOOTAGE BUBBLEATFOOTAGE14:42*WED FOOTAGE BUBBLEATSIMEANTIMERESTAURANTS CONTINUE TO PIVOTBARRIERS TO CONTINUED SOCIALDISTANCING MANY WERE HOPINGFOR A REPRIEVE OF RULES ON THEHEELS OF ST.

PATRICKS DAY.10:12*WED FOOTAGE BUBBLEFOOTAGE PATRICK RUSSELL/OWNER,KOOPERlast year.

Weit this year at 50% of PatCassidy or whatever it iswehands on deck to try andcontrol the massive amount ofpeople that wanna go out.

ANDIF YOU ARE GOING OUT &BALTIMORE CITY LEADERS WANTYOU TO REMEMBER... 16:08-22DR. LETITIA DZIRASA/ BALTIMORECITY HEALTH COMMISSIONER: Nowis not the weekend to throwaway a years worth of bestaway a years worth of bestAVpractices.

38:43-39:00away a years worth of bestAVELractices.

38:43-39:00LOOctices.

38:43-39:00LOOK ices.

38:43-39:00LOOK LIes.

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38:43-39:00marks the four week periodwhere the mayor and healthofficials will reassess theirtimeframe as to whether or notthey will loosen thoserestrictions.

Of course thatupdate will come next Friday.Outside City Hall, DaveDetling WMAR 2 NEWS.YOU CAN SEE THE ORIOLES ATCAMDEN YARDS THIS SEASO

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