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In an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Rachel Levine on Tuesday released new, stricter mask requirements for state residents.
There will be a need for strict physical security, tracking and delivery controls, cybersecurity protections, sensitive handling, and temperature controls.
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Hogan sets statewide policies that are the baseline for all of Maryland, but local leaders have authority to be more strict if necessary.
We also have strict measures in place to avoid incitements of violence.
Prince George’s and Anne Arundel counties joined Baltimore City in implementing the state’s strictest limits for indoor social gatherings, forbidding groups of more than 10 people inside.
Lofven said he’s ready to consider stricter measures to limit public gatherings, if the latest steps fail to rein in infections.
They include reduced indoor dining capacity for restaurants and a stricter travel advisory.
His letter introduced stricter guidelines, which barred any student shirking a test from registering for next semester.
Bentley Motors will ax the roaring 12-cylinder combustion engines that shaped much of the British luxury-car maker’s 100-year history to focus on electric vehicles, the latest seismic automotive shift driven by stricter emissions rules.

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