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Liquor Control Board considers opening some online stores

KYW Newsradio 1060 |
2 months ago
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The Pennsylvania liquor control board Sean Kelly says the agency will not be re opening the brick and mortar operations but it is considering resuming limited online sales as it continues monitoring the outbreak along with the governor and state health officials and that's not what Chris Wong wanted to hear he's the head of the distilled spirits council of the United States and says while he understands the need to protect people's health there are creative ways to keep stores open while reducing the risk to employees and customers could be limiting access into the stores it could be allowing you when you picked up you're better can go a little less strong and be a lot of distilled spirits as well for now the situation for Pennsylvania residents is every man and woman for themselves and a lot of them are defying the stay at home order and driving to Delaware and New Jersey Sabrina Harrison made the half hour drive from Philly to stock up home phone line so the city locked down for another month that becomes that we'll be making another