The announcement comes as the state reaches a 6.88 percent seven-day positivity rate.
The announcement comes as the state sees a spike in COVID-19 cases.
Hospitalizations in the state are at their highest since June.
The failure also affected Baltimore City and Baltimore, along with Anne Arundel and Montgomery counties.
Following the state's eight House of Representative races.
In Prince George’s County, more than 260,000 voters requested mail-in ballots, according to the Maryland Board of Elections.
Only 5 percent of small businesses have received pandemic-related relief from the state.
A guide for Maryland voters on the backgrounds and political stances of the presidential and House of Representatives candidates.