A virtual session at a local bar, a concert at the park, or a dinner with friends could be all you need.
But the same virtual sessions could be a little more expensive, with an online booking costing anywhere from $3 to $5 for a single appointment.
The Maryland State Police say the new virtual appointments program will make it easier for people to schedule appointments and make it possible for people who live far from a local recreation center or community center to book an appointment online for a day or a weekend.
The virtual session is a virtual meeting, where the person will meet other people in a virtual environment, listen to music, play video games or socialize.
The online booking will make booking and sharing of virtual sessions much easier, said Lt.
Col. Scott Wysocki, the agency’s acting chief of the Division of Police Operations.
“We are really focused on reducing the cost of our virtual sessions,” he said.
“We are making it easier to have a virtual session, but it is a cost that will be reflected in the ticket price.”
A virtual session could also be a way to get a drink, which could save people time and money, Wysocksi said.
The new virtual session booking program, which is expected to be rolled out over the next month, is being tested in Maryland and Pennsylvania.
The program will be limited to the Maryland state police, state parks, county jails, and Maryland prisons.
The program is being rolled out to officers at the Baltimore City Police Department, the county jail, the Anne Arundel County Detention Center, the U.S. Marshals Service, the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the Maryland Correctional Institute and Medical Center, and the Anne Allen Correctional Facility.
The state police say they hope to roll out the program statewide in the next few months.
It is also available at some recreation centers and community centers across the state.
Online booking service UberEATS is also working on a virtual booking service for Maryland residents.
In Maryland, the state parks are offering the service at the Prince George’s County Recreation Center and the Maryland Zoo.
The Prince George is offering it to residents of Baltimore, Anne Aroostook County, Montgomery County, Prince George, Frederick County, Anne Anthony, Anne Frank, and Montgomery County.
UberEATS also offers the service in other counties.