COVID-19: PA Extends Closure Order until May 8th but will relax Auto Sales, Liquor Sales and some Construction Activities Restrictions (May 1)

On April 20, Governor Tom Wolf¬†extended¬†Pennsylvania’s stay-at-home order until May 8, 2020.

The governor indicated he would be using a region-by-region approach that is data-driven and will include strict social-distancing measures as he considers reopening parts of Pennsylvania.

However, he announced three actions that offer some flexibility to businesses, including permitting curbside pickup of orders at state liquor stores, allowing auto sales online and opening what he said were various construction activities statewide on May 1st. More specific guidelines will be released at a later date.

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