Breaking: Allegheny County Now a “Stay At Home” Order for Two Weeks (starting tonight at 8 PM)

Here is another COVID-19 update


Here is what WTAE/ABC News is reporting as it pertains to the COVID-19 (Corona virus):

A stay-at-home order was issued by Gov. Tom Wolf Monday afternoon for residents of several Pennsylvania counties, including Allegheny County, officials told Pittsburgh’s Action News 4.

The other counties included in the stay-at-home order include Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Monroe and Montgomery counties.

Gov. Wolf said the order will go into effect at 8 p.m. Monday and will be in effect for two weeks.

Residents may continue to work if their employer is on the life-sustaining-business list or have received a waiver.

Residents can also go out for food, emergencies, exercise and volunteering.


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