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COVID-19 Cases Tick Upward, Governor Relaxes Restaurant Capacity Restrictions

Wednesday, September 9, 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Gregg Robertson
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Harrisburg - After dropping in August, the statewide daily number of new COVID -19 cases began ticking up again in late August and early September. With the reopening of many schools and colleges, the number of daily cases is expected to continue to tick upward in September, rising by 3.3% over the past seven days at the time of this writing on September 10. Click here for up-to-date Pennsylvania COVID-19 statistics.

Nonetheless, the Governor Wolf announced that restaurants will be able to increase their capacity from 25% to 50% as of September 21. All counties in Pennsylvania remain in the “green” phase of reopening.

Conditions for Green Industry Businesses Remain Unchanged

Conditions for businesses in the landscape, nursery and garden center industry remain unchanged. Businesses are reminded to continue to stress mask wearing, social distancing and CDC guidelines with their employees and customers. Voluntary compliance with social distancing and mask wearing has kept Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 cases at reasonable levels while allowing most commerce to continue.

COVID-19 Green Industry Guidelines

Information on specific guidelines for green industry businesses can be found at

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