Monday, November 23, 2020

Pennsylvania to Suspend Alcohol Sales at Bars and Restaurants for Wednesday Evening and Early Thursday, Stay-At-Home Advisory Issued for All of Pennsylvania,

On Monday, Pennsylvania State officials announced that all liquor sales will be suspended at bars and restaurants on the night before Thanksgiving and issued a Stay-at-Home advisory for the entire state due to Coronavirus concerns.

The announce came Monday during a press conference by Governor Tom Wolf and Department of Health Secretary Rachel Levine.

The following advisories were announced:

 - A stay-at-home advisory was issued for all of Pennsylvania's Counties
 - Suspension of Alcohol sales at all bars and restaurants between 5:00pm, Wednesday, November 25th, 2020 and 8:00am, Thursday, November 26th, 2020
 - Retail businesses can remain open at 75% capacity
 - Indoor dining capped at 50% capacity
 - After November 27th, 2020, any employee that can telework, should do so when possible
 - Outdoors events capped at 2,500
 - Indoors events capped at 500

According to State Officials, Pennsylvania's Coronavirus Positivity rate climbed to 11.1% over the past week with over 36,000 new positive cases statewide.

Wolf and Levine continued to stress that all residents should stay home when possible.

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