Philadelphia's New COVID Restrictions Bans All Gatherings, Both Public & Private (Details)
When you elect Democrats to office, you’re getting what you asked for: less freedom, more regulations, higher taxes. It’s really that simple.
They are a politically retarded bunch.
Check out what’s going down in Philly, via City of Philadelphia:
The new “Safer at Home” restrictions are effective November 20, 2020 through January 1, 2021. An extension of these restrictions and/or the implementation of additional restrictions is possible depending on trends in the spread of coronavirus in the city.
-All indoor gatherings and events involving people from more than one household are prohibited, in public or private spaces. This includes private events such as weddings and showers, listed as “celebrations” in previous guidance, as well as funerals.
-Religious institutions are permitted to have people indoors, but density must be capped at 5 people per 1,000 sq. ft. or 5 percent of maximum occupancy.Advertisement - story continues below
-Outdoor gatherings and events are limited to 10 percent of maximum capacity of the space, or 10 people per 1,000 sq. ft. for venues with an undefined maximum capacity—not to exceed 2,000 people in any outdoor space. In addition, all individuals at outdoor gatherings must wear masks at all times, and—to reinforce mask use—neither food nor beverages may be served.
Here’s some COVID-related randomness for ya, via Twitter…
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