BREAKING: Allegheny County restaurants ordered to CLOSE

 

As TribLive reports,

“Ensuring the health and safety of Pennsylvanians is the highest priority as the state grapples with a growing number of confirmed cases of covid-19, and as the virus continues to spread, it is in the best interest of the public to encourage social distancing by closing restaurants and bars temporarily,” Gov. Wolf said.

FLASH: ALLEGHENY COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ASKS ALL NON-ESSENTIAL BUSINESS TO CLOSE FOR TWO WEEKS

As WPXI reports,

Officials listed the following types of businesses that would fall under this recommendation:

  • child care centers
  • senior centers
  • community and recreation centers
  • gyms – including yoga, spin, barre and other similar facilities
  • hair salons, nail salons and spas
  • casinos
  • bars
  • concert venues
  • theaters
  • sporting event facilities
  • golf clubs
  • social clubs
  • non-essential retail facilities including shopping malls (except for pharmacy or other health care facilities located therein)