Most Pennsylvanians Ordered to Continue to Stay at Home
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is keeping millions of residents in their homes for another month, extending the April 1 stay-at-home order that was supposed to expire at 12 a.m. May 6 until June 4.
The counties that remain under "red" designation will be under the strict lockdown orders in an effort to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus while 24 "yellow" counties begin to restart some businesses.
In the Northern Tier, Susquehanna and Wayne Counties are still under the stay-at-home orders but not Bradford or Tioga Counties have been moved to “yellow” status with construction and some businesses being allowed to reopen under restrictions.
The Pennsylvania Health Department and Governor's office have guidelines listed on the state websites.
Meanwhile, Pennsylvania has reported 310 more virus deaths, bringing the statewide toll to over 3,400.
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