Philadelphia, PA - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced earlier this month that fully vaccinated people can go maskless indoors and outdoors. However, the City of Philadelphia did not take the CDC’s recommendations opting to wait for the City-Wide Covid number to drop further.
Philly Will Lift Most Covid Limits
But, on June 11, The City of Philadelphia plans to remove all capacity limits on fully vaccinated individuals. As long as daily COVID cases, hospitalizations continue to go down. This will mean that you can drop the mask indoors at most spaces within the city limits.
June 11 is also the date when all Safer at Home Restrictions will come to an end. Relaxing these restrictions is possible because of the immense sacrifices that Philadelphians made over the last year and because more Philadelphians are getting vaccinated every day.
Early results show the Philly COVID cases rate has declined over the past few weeks as vaccine distribution has increased. In fact, city data shows that as of Monday, 850,000 Philadelphians have now been fully vaccinated. So, as of now, it looks like things will start to get back to normal in Philly, but it will still be up to individual business owners if they will still require customers to wear masks inside their establishment.
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