County Phased Reopening
County Phased Reopening
The County is currently in Phase 3 of reopening. The new Executive Order goes into effect on May 17, 2021, at 5:01 p.m.
Copy of Executive Order Available Soon
As a part of the Phase 3 reopening, residents are still encouraged to exercise caution and use good judgment to keep themselves and others safe. It is important to continue to wash your hands frequently and wear a face covering in all indoor locations, on public transportation, and in crowded outdoor venues. Also, residents should get vaccinated against COVID-19 as soon as possible. Appointments are available at mypgc.us/ProudtobeProtected.
To see the County’s latest COVID-19 trends and data, view our COVID-19 dashboard.
National Harbor Curfew
Effective Friday, November 2021 at 5:00 PM, a curfew has been imposed at National Harbor for unaccompanied minors ages 17 and under on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights from 5:00 PM to 6:00 AM. Several exceptions are in place, including minors that are accompanied by a parent/guardian or an adult age 21 and over, as well as minors who are working or returning home from a job at National Harbor.
Any person who violates this curfew, including a parent or guardian who allows a person 17 years of age or younger in their care or custody to be unaccompanied at National Harbor in violation of the curfew, may be fined up to $1000 or charged with a misdemeanor, and on conviction may be subject to imprisonment not exceeding one year or a fine not exceeding $5000, or both.
Phase Three Reopenings
All County businesses with questions about whether they can be open and how they can operate as Prince George’s County moves through its phased reopening, should reach out to Experience Prince George’s at COVIDCompliance@co.pg.md.us or 311.
Effective Monday, May 17 at 5:01 p.m., all capacity and distancing restrictions are lifted for all indoor and outdoor venues in Prince George’s County. These establishments may resume normal operations, with mask-wearing requirements in place.
Face masks are required for all persons over the age of 5, including those fully vaccinated, at all indoor venues, while on public transportation, and at crowded outdoor venues including concert venues and ticketed sporting events.
The County will consider future changes to mask requirements based on key COVID-19 metrics and vaccination rates among County residents.