Business Unusual in Montgomery County
The following “Business Unusual” account is part of our new initiative, Collecting in Quarantine. With current mandates for all non-essential businesses to close, business is anything but usual in Maryland. In the Business Unusual series, MdHS is asking business employees, owners, customers, passers-by and neighborhood residents to visually share their experiences during the COVID-19 crisis.
Monday, May 26, 2020 – On this day, Jay Herson from Montgomery County shared the photos below:
As one of Maryland’s counties most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, Montgomery County has been forced to remain closed, despite other parts of the state beginning to lift select restrictions. County executives are keeping a close eye on developments, but for now residents must remain patient.
Please note: The views, information, and opinions expressed and shared on the underbelly through the Collecting in Quarantine project do not necessarily represent those of the Maryland Historical Society. Our staff does not verify for accuracy the information contained within these submissions. We also do not edit the content beyond minor modifications for formatting or to remove personally identifying information, if applicable. The primary purpose of this series, with the permission of contributors, is to share and collect the experiences of Marylanders living through quarantine at this moment in time.
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