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Anxiety High For Philadelphia Business Owners With New COVID-19 Restrictions Coming Monday

KYW 24 Hour News

01:16 min | 3 months ago

Anxiety High For Philadelphia Business Owners With New COVID-19 Restrictions Coming Monday

"Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and and New New Jersey Jersey among among them them work work this this weekend weekend to to coordinate coordinate their their covert covert 19 19 battle battle plans plans This This after after the the Keystone Keystone and and Garden Garden State's State's it it records records single day counts for new cases of the virus. Hey, why W. Charlotte Reese reports the rise in cases will likely result in new restrictions in the city of Philadelphia. Come tomorrow, business owners are on edge, waiting to know what exactly the new restrictions will be in Philadelphia officials say it's necessary to help stop the spread. This weekend, however, Revolution fitness factory held classes as usual, but co owner Ari Delaney, Oz tells NBC 10 they fear how long that will last. We're not these gyms where people are all on top of each other. We're not these big corporations that have money to back us up. If this happens, the emergency meeting between governors is said to be about comparing notes on mitigation efforts. New York and New Jersey have already implemented some new restrictions. Gordon Dead Linger, the national director of independent businesses tells NBC 10 collaboration is good, but every state is different really need. Public officials to to consider consider the the economics economics as as well well as as the the health health issues, issues, City City Health Health Commissioner Commissioner Dr Dr Tom Tom Farley Farley says says due due to to the the rise rise in in cases, cases, people people should should get get into into the the mindset mindset as as if if it it was was March March or or April April again. Charlotte Reese, Ky. W news radio

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Gary Closing All Beaches For Next 2 Weeks, Due Partly To Chicago Visitors

WBBM Evening News

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Gary Closing All Beaches For Next 2 Weeks, Due Partly To Chicago Visitors

"Of Gary is closing its beaches for two weeks following recent spikes in New Cove in 19 cases in the city to get the story from w BB EMS Jim Good ist very spokesman Michael Gonzalez says the city speeches have been crowded lately because of the hot weather, especially with people from outside of Gary. We definitely been inundated inundated with with folks folks from from out out of of town town with with visitors visitors from from out out of of town. town. We We see see a a lot lot of of Illinois Illinois license license plates plates and and a a parking parking areas. areas. So So one one can can make make a a pretty pretty safe safe assumption assumption that that we're we're getting getting a a lot lot of of Chicago Chicago people. people. Gonzales Gonzales says says Gary Gary decided decided to to close close it it speeches speeches based based on on recommendations recommendations from from the the city's city's health health director. director. Gerry's Gerry's leaders leaders hope hope the the closing closing of of beaches beaches as as well well as as a recently enacted mask mandate will help curb the spread of covert 19 in the city. Enough The beaches will be able to re open in a couple of weeks. Jim got this news radio. 105 point on FM was Mayor

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Philadelphia may not go green July 3

KYW 24 Hour News

01:19 min | 8 months ago

Philadelphia may not go green July 3

"If you were planning to hit the gym visit a museum or go shopping shopping in in Philly Philly next next week week you're you're probably probably going going to to have have to to revise revise your your schedule schedule the the city city health health commissioner commissioner says says it it appears appears unlikely unlikely the the city city will will be be ready ready to to move move to to green green by by that that time time because new cases of covert nineteen are climbing again they wanna you city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb with the update health commissioner Tom Farley had set a target of less than eighty new cases a day which seem doable by next Friday when cases were still falling and had gotten below a hundred today but he says that's changed cases in the last week of averaged more than one hundred per day now we're doing more tests but that is not explain his case count because the percent positive results for increasing spelled out five to six percent up from less than five percent about ten days ago Dr Farley says one practice could turn things around again and that's universal mask wearing indoors and outdoors if you're likely to come within six feet of someone so the city is issuing an order to make it mandatory for not forcing that's what the police the purpose of this water is going to send a message to everyone in the end it's up to us as Philadelphia residents to stop imports this work because the city is also asking anyone who travels to spots with high infection rates to self quarantine for fourteen days when they return again he acknowledged unenforceable but says the consequences of ignoring these measures is more infections and indefinite

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