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Erie County Going Green on June 26th

On Friday, June 26, 2020, Erie County will be moving into the green phase of Pennsylvania's reopening following the COVID-19 shutdowns.  The green phase eases many restrictions in place over the past few months of yellow phase, but still maintains restrictions on businesses and social settings.  Under the green phase, restrictions include as follows:

Work and Congregate Setting Restrictions

Social Restrictions

  • Gatherings of up to 250 people are now permitted
  • Restaurants and bars may open at 50% occupancy
  • Personal care services (i.e. hair salons and barbershops) may open at 50% occupancy and by appointment only
  • Indoor recreation, health, and wellness facilities (i.e. gyms) may open at 50% occupancy
  • All entertainment facilities (i.e. casinos, theatres, and shopping malls) may open at 50% occupancy
  • Construction activity may return to full capacity with continued implementation of protocols

All businesses must follow CDC and DOH guidance for social distancing and cleaning.

Please contact a MacDonald Illig attorney if you have any questions regarding Erie County’s shift to the green phase and its impact on you or your business.  

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