Westmoreland County bars, restaurants to close indoor dining for two weeks

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Westmoreland County bars, restaurants to close indoor dining for two weeks

Outdoor dining and alcohol sales will still be allowed.

The Pennsylvania Department of Health is ordering Westmoreland County bars and restaurants to close indoor dining for two weeks starting on Thursday, sources confirmed to Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 on Tuesday. Outdoor dining and alcohol sales will still be allowed. Westmoreland County reported 35 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday. Last week, Allegheny County announced a one-week shutdown of bars, restaurants, casinos and all gatherings of more than 25 people. The order went into effect at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, July 3.Stay with the WTAE mobile app for updates. Download the app now to stay connected with breaking news updates.

The Pennsylvania Department of Health is ordering Westmoreland County bars and restaurants to close indoor dining for two weeks starting on Thursday, sources confirmed to Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 on Tuesday.

Outdoor dining and alcohol sales will still be allowed.

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Westmoreland County reported 35 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday.

Last week, Allegheny County announced a one-week shutdown of bars, restaurants, casinos and all gatherings of more than 25 people. The order went into effect at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, July 3.

Stay with the WTAE mobile app for updates. Download the app now to stay connected with breaking news updates.