Davis: Allegheny County to move to green reopening designation
HARRISBURG, May 29 – State Rep. Austin Davis today announced Allegheny County will be allowed to move from the yellow to green reopening designation, effective at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, June 5.
“This is welcome news for our residents, who have been doing their part to curb the virus’ spread,” said Davis, D-Allegheny. “This is also good news for our businesses, but we can’t let our guard down and must continue to follow state and federal health guidelines.”
Davis added that state health officials will continue to monitor public health indicators and adjust orders and restrictions as needed.
Counties in the green designation must follow these restrictions:
- Continued telework strongly encouraged.
- Businesses with in-person operations must follow updated business and building safety requirements.
- All businesses operating at 50% occupancy in the yellow phase may increase to 75% occupancy.
- Childcare facilities may open and must comply with state guidelines.
- Congregate care restrictions in place.
- Prison and hospital restrictions determined by individual facilities.
- Schools subject to CDD and state guidance.
- Large gatherings of more than 250 persons prohibited.
- Restaurants and bars can open at 50% occupancy.
- Personal care services (including hair salons and barber shops) can open at 50% occupancy and by appointment only.
- Indoor recreation, health and wellness businesses and personal care services (including gyms and spas) open at 50% occupancy with appointments strongly encouraged.
- All entertainment facilities (including casinos, theaters and shopping malls) open at 50% occupancy.
- Construction activity may return to full capacity with continued implementation of protocols.
More information on the state’s reopening plan can be found at this link: https://www.governor.pa.gov/process-to-reopen-pennsylvania/