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Indoor Gatherings and Events Restrictions In Pennsylvania

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Indoor Gatherings and Events Restrictions In Pennsylvania

Indoor Gatherings and Events Restrictions In Pennsylvania

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Philadelphia, PAPennsylvania's Indoor Gatherings and Event - Indoor gatherings and events of more than 10 persons are prohibited. As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine today added new restrictions on Pennsylvanians for the next three weeks, until Jan 4th, 2020.


 

What are Pennsylvania's Indoor Gatherings and Event Restrictions

Churches, synagogues, temples, mosques, and other places of congregate worship are specifically excluded from the limitations set forth above during religious services; these institutions are strongly encouraged to find alternative methods for worship, as in-person gatherings pose a significant risk to participants at this time. While this an incredibly difficult recommendation to make, particularly at this time of year, faith leaders must carefully weigh the health risks to their congregants given the immense amount of community spread of COVID-19.

A new study from Stanford University and published in the journal, nature, used cellphone data collected from 10 U.S. cities from March to May to demonstrate that restaurants, gyms, cafes, churches, and other crowded indoor venues accounted for some 8 in 10 new infections in the early months of the U.S. coronavirus epidemic.


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