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Pennsylvania Tightens Mask Restrictions and Tells Residents to Wear Masks Inside Their Homes When Non-Family Members Are Present

The Pennsylvania Department of Health announced new coronavirus restrictions this week, including the strengthening of face mask orders.

Face coverings, which were already mandated statewide, are now required outdoors and indoors, including in people’s own households when someone from outside of the household is present, even if the parties are socially distancing, according to Erie News Now.

“Strengthening masking order,” the Pennsylvania Department of Health tweeted Tuesday. “Masks are still required. Indoors: masks now required anytime you’re with people outside of your household, even if you’re socially distant. Applies to all indoor facilities + if you have people in your home not part of your household.” Read more…

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