Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia Health Officials have announced some COVID-19 restrictions where lifted on Monday, January 4th, including Museums and Gyms.
What's Opening in Philadelphia
The following bans are now lifted in Philly, including Museums, High Schools, Gyms, Casinos, Outdoor Sports, and Catered Events Outdoors (Up To 25 People).
Still on shutdown in the city are: Indoor Dining, Theaters, Public Gatherings, Indoor Sports and In-person Collages.
A mask is still required at all indoor venues, and the city will still be enforcing a density limit of five people per 1,000 square feet for the businesses now open above, along with a capacity of 10 people at indoor exercise classes.