All statewide coronavirus-related capacity restrictions in Pennsylvania will be lifted in time for Memorial Day -- with the exception of mask wearing in public -- though Philadelphia health officials said the city would stay with its current plan for lifting restrictions.
The elimination of COVID capacity limits and other restrictions on gatherings, restaurants and other Pennsylvania businesses will go into effect just after midnight on May 31, the Wolf Administration announced Tuesday.
Effective May 31, we are lifting COVID mitigation orders.The masking order will be lifted when 70% of Pennsylvania adults are fully vaccinated.Help us lift the masking order sooner. Find a vaccine appointment near you: https://t.co/4UeI1Bx6rO. pic.twitter.com/o2vebK3lot— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) May 4, 2021