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Pennsylvania extends stay-at-home order, issues guidance for limited reopening in some counties

State Issues Covid-19 Pennsylvania

State Issues

On May 1, the Bureau of Occupational and Professional Affairs issued a statement regarding phased reopening of Pennsylvania. For all “red’ counties, the March 19 stay-at-home order was extended until June 4, 2020. In counties designated as being in the yellow phase of reopening, most businesses, including non-essential businesses, are permitted to reopen so long as they comply with social distancing restrictions and other guidance issued by the governor’s office.

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