On March 15th, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf relaxed certain COVID-19 restrictions, including making substantial modification to some of the more restrictive guidelines that apply to the restaurant and hospitality industry.
Effective April 4th at midnight, “self-certified” restaurants, gyms, casinos, malls and theatres in Pennsylvania will be permitted to operate at 75% capacity. Non-self-certified restaurants are required to remain at 50% capacity. The self-certification process involves agreeing to strictly comply to all public health safety guidelines and orders, including the cleaning and mitigation protocols and other operational requirements issued by the CDC and the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
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