Pennsylvania Bars and Restaurants Will Increase Capacity to 75% | Philadelphia Caller

Harrisburg, PA - Pennsylvanians will once again be able to return to a more normal life and attend a sporting event as well as return to their favorite bar or restaurant.


 

Beginning April 4, indoor restaurants, and bar seating rules, will increase to 75% capacity as Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's administration is expected to lift current restrictions. However, social distancing and mask-wearing, according to the governor's administration, will still be in place.

"Our case counts continue to go down, hospitalizations are declining, and the percent positivity rate gets lower every week – all very positive signs. The number of people getting vaccinated increases daily, and we see the light at the end of the tunnel. It's time to allow our restaurants, bars, and other service businesses to get back to more normal operations." – Governor Wolf

Pennsylvanians will also be allowed to once again attend largescale events. The new rules will allow for more fans to attend sporting home games.

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