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Wolf relaxes restrictions on indoor dining in Pennsylvania

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HARRISBURG, Pa.-- Pennsylvania restaurants will be allowed to seat more patrons inside after Gov. Tom Wolf announced he is relaxing restrictions on indoor dining. Restaurants may increase indoor occupancy from 25% to 50% of capacity starting Sept. 21. That's more than two months after the administration first reimposed pandemic r

estrictions on the state's beleaguered hospitality industry in response to a spike in virus infections. Wolf said at a news conference in Lancaster on Tuesday that the state has made sufficient progress to enable a partial lifting of restrictions on the hospitality industry. In Philadelphia, meanwhile, restaurants are now permitted to offer indoor dining for the first time in nearly six months.

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