Columbia Mall Decides to Shut Down for Seven Days
As concern for the coronavirus spreads, the Columbia Mall decides to shut down operation for seven days. The decision comes shortly after Howard County declared a State of Emergency.
One person was reported to test positive for the coronavirus. Reports indicate it was a Howard County resident in her 80’s with an underlying medical condition. She is currently hospitalized. Restaurants will remain open in the area. More details to come as we learn more.
The Columbia Mall and it’s movie theatre will shut down starting at midnight for the next 7 days as @HowardCountyMD enters a State of Emergency after announcing its 1st #coronavirus case – restaurants will remain open #COVIDー19 pic.twitter.com/bhoLEjV4bX
— Annie Rose Ramos (@AnnieRoseNews) March 16, 2020
BREAKING—First confirmed case of #COVID19 in Howard County is a woman in her 80’s, with an underlying medical condition. She is hospitalized. @HoCoExec has declared a state of emergency,ordering the Mall in Columbia to close at midnight tonight for 7 days….
— Robert Lang WBAL (@Reporterroblang) March 15, 2020