New in Pittsburgh (Allegheny County) region: Health officials strongly recommend that people who travel out of state quarantine for 14 days upon their return. (Also recommend that people who travel get tested when they come back).
This tweet comes from Paul Gough of the Pittsburgh Business Times:
BREAKING: Allegheny County bars are going to be closed, masks are going to be required elsewhere. Restaurants will remain open, masking required, and outdoor seating is going to be encouraged and fast-tracked.
And this tweet from Luis Fabregas of the Trib:
New restrictions imposed today in Pittsburgh region (Allegheny County) due to “alarming spikes” in positive cases of covid-19: Alcohol consumption will not be allowed at any bar or restaurant. Restaurants remain open but people will have to wear masks except “when food comes”
This tweet comes from WESA-FM reporter Chris Potter:
Allegheny County reports 96 new cases of COVID-19 today, which breaks the record set yesterday at 90, and “Of the 96 new cases reported today, ages range from 3 to 84 with 27 being the median age.” But at least only 1 new hospitalization reported and no new deaths.
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