Philadelphia, PA - As the number of new Philadelphia coronavirus cases reached 1,100 on Friday, including 5 death. The City of Philadelphia is currently making plans to announce a new round of COVID-19 restrictions on Monday.
Philadelphia New Restrictions Expected on Monday
Dr. Tom Farley, would not comment on the specifics of the new plan. However, restrictions are rumored to include restaurants, bars, gyms, and events.
During the virtual briefing, Farley did mention the city would not go into total lockdown. But instead would put in place what he called severe restrictions to change the virus's trajectory.
Philadelphia currently has a mandatory mask policy and restrictions on already hurting dining establishments and retail outlets.
The new setbacks will be yet another setback to the city's local economy and businesses, many of which up already had to close this year over the COVID-19 pandemic.
Philadelphia Bar and Restaurant Owners Prepare For Worst - With a new surge of COVID-19 cases hitting the Philadelphia region, Restaurant and Bar owners prepare for new restrictions coming next week. City officials are planning to announce on Monday, November 16th, a new set of restrictions for the cities restaurant & bar industry.
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