The first step toward reopening, phase yellow, still mandates the closure of schools, gyms, and other indoor recreation centers, as well as hair and nail salons. Large gatherings are also prohibited.
Gov. Tom Wolf on Friday announced that these counties can enter the “yellow” phase and start a limited reopening on May 8.
The number of long-term care residents and staff impacted by the coronavirus has nearly doubled in the past week, with 5,679 positive cases among residents and 849 deaths.
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In the first phase of reopening, businesses would be allowed to call employees back to work, as long as they take proper precautions. Schools would remain closed and large gatherings would still be prohibited.
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