Maryland Adopts CDC's 3 Feet Physical Distancing Guidelines For K-12 Schools

Maryland is lowering its physical distancing guidelines in classrooms from six feet apart to three feet apart.

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- The state is following the CDC's lead, adopting its updated social distancing guidelines for schools. You may remember the agency announced that children could sit three feet apart, instead of the previous six. Governor Hogan says every student must have the opportunity to return to the classroom and this new guidance will help with that.