“A lot of restaurant operators are saying, ‘Lemme just get to April.’ It’s going to be warmer outside, windows open, people wanting to go out. So there is some hope.”
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Pennsylvania’s governor rejected a bill that would have made it harder to sue schools, health care providers and other businesses for coronavirus-related claims.
Officials say the state is in a different place than 6 months ago, but without more testing, contact tracing, and efforts to isolate sick people, cases — and deaths — will continue to rise.
Gov. Tom Wolf and state Health Secretary Rachel Levine have signed new orders following last week’s announcement that restaurants in Pennsylvania can up their indoor dining capacity to 50% starting Sept. 21.
The Wolf administration will seek delayed enforcement of the ruling while it appeals.
An informal Keystone Crossroads survey that asked people about their reasons for being unemployed found the most common answer by far was “my job doesn’t exist.”
The lawsuit accuses the governor of a “gross abuse of power” and acting like a “de facto King.”