Gov. Wolf orders all non-essential businesses in the state to close for 2 weeks over coronavirus concern

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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf ordered bars and restaurants to halt dine-in service after the state’s cases of COVID-19 doubled over the weekend.

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Gov. Tom Wolf ordered all non-essential stores, restaurants, bars, and programs for seniors in Pennsylvania to close for two weeks over coronavirus concerns.

The closure takes effect at midnight.

Essential services, like grocery stores, pharmacies and gas stations, will remain open. Trash collection will continue and medical facilities will remain open, Wolf said.

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