Southeastern PA has officially moved from the red phase to the yellow phase.
- Berks County;
- Bucks County;
- Chester County;
- Delaware County;
- Montgomery County;
- Philadelphia County; and
- Schuylkill County.
So what does transition into yellow mean?
Restrictions that are eased:
- Stay at home order lifted for aggressive mitigation;
- Gatherings are permitted up to 25 people;
- In-person retail permitted, curbside pickup or delivery preferred;
- Outdoor dining permitted starting June 5;
- Child care open, complying with guidance.
- Dog groomers are permitted to open, complying with guidance.
Facilities that remain closed:
- Indoor recreation, health and wellness facilities remain closed;
- Schools remain closed for in-person instruction, until July 1st. After July 1, 2020, schools in yellow counties will be permitted to provide in-person instruction as long as they comply with guidelines.
Restrictions that remain in place:
- Telework must continue, if possible;
- Businesses with in-person operations must follow safety orders;
- Restrictions in place for prison and congregate care settings;
- Masks are recommended to be worn out in public, and required for entry into businesses that serve the public.