The Lehigh Valley moved into the yellow phase of reopening – which means child care can resume, customers can return to retail stores and restaurants can serve customers again – with outdoor dining.
Although COVID-19 infection rates remain high in Allentown, Lehigh County will end stay-at-home on Friday, June 5. Today the last 10 counties in Pennsylvania move to the yellow phase of the governor’s emergency pandemic declaration.
The Lehigh Valley will enter the “yellow” phase of reopening this Friday, June 5. Residents will see strict stay-at-home orders lifted and many businesses — including childcare providers and retail operations — will be free to open back up.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf says he is planning to announce more counties moving from red to the yellow reopening designation today, May 22.
Governor Wolf Restates the Need for Thoughtful Reopening of PA Counties By Brad Klein May 15, 2020 Governor Tom Wolf announced that more counties will enter the yellow phase for gradual reopening today. Adams, Beaver, Carbon, Columbia, Cumberland, Juniata, Mifflin, Perry, Susquehanna, Wyoming, Wayne, and York to move to the yellow phase next week. The […]