Coronavirus: Philadelphia mayor announces changes to his order


You can now order in person at restaurants in Philadelphia part of a small easing of the stay at home orders the city moves toward the yellow face of re opening which is expected to happen on June fifth our city hall bureau chief Italy's Pat Loeb reports may announce some other changes to his order today's coronavirus briefing walk up ordering means food trucks can return but the mayor says there will be restrictions face coverings required at all times restaurants cannot permit lines of more than ten customers to form in or around facilities dine in service remains taboo the order also allows more construction projects to resume by including those permitted after March twenty eighth health commissioner Tom Farley says the steps are possible because of the progress the city is making against the virus he says new cases may be artificially low because of the holiday weekend but there were just ninety seven confirmed that number is the first time we double digits and weeks ago that we were more than five hundred cases day so that's a big client work the mayor warned though that large gatherings without maths and social distancing could set the city back we could possibly wind up back in the reading in which is no one was Pat Loeb KYW newsradio

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