Hi, this is county executive, Barry Glassman, with an update on COVID-19. You may know that Governor Hogan has lifted his stay-at-home order. If you have underlying health conditions or you are over 65, you should remain home as much as possible. Especially for our seniors, we are bringing some activities online including fitness classes and programs for mental wellness. However, in consultation with our public health officer, I have directed Harford County to reopen to the extent permitted. We are fortunate to have the lowest number of cases and deaths per capita among the large counties. Thank you for taking actions to slow the spread. This has helped us move into Stage One of the Maryland Roadmap to Recovery. In Stage One, houses of worship, retail stores, and some personal services can reopen with limited capacity. And I believe more openings will follow in the next couple of weeks. We must all continue to social distance and use other safety precautions. Remember to wear facemasks indoors in public places, wash your hands frequently, and stay home if you are sick. Lastly, small businesses and farms impacted by COVID-19 may qualify for our new grant funding program. To learn more about all the programs, visit the county website. Our website also has resources and information about COVID-19 in one convenient location. I will keep working closely with our health department to monitor outbreaks and make adjustments as necessary. We have been through a lot together over the past five and a half years, tragedies, blizzards, the opioid crisis. I know that our light will always outshine any darkness and we can rise above all challenges. You know, Harford's motto is taken from the last eight words of the Bush Declaration when those brave Harford Countians broke from the King of England, at the risk of our lives and fortunes. That same Colonial spirit will move us forward. Please take care of yourself and those around you. Be smart, be safe, and and stay Harford Strong.