Inline 309 will be closed from March 15th until March 30th unless a new announcement comes out by Governor Wolf. We are sharing the article below and an excerpt from it so you can learn about what’s going on in our community if you don’t already know.
From the article:
The total number of positive cases in Pennsylvania as of 1:15 p.m. includes two new cases: two adults in Allegheny County, bringing the state’s total to 47, with six of those cases confirmed by the CDC.
“Over the past two days, we enacted significant social distancing in Montgomery and Delaware counties and starting tomorrow, we will expand these mitigation efforts to Bucks County and Chester County,” Gov. Wolf said.
“Where there is evidence of exposure to COVID-19, the commonwealth has taken decisive action – closing both public and private schools and early learning centers, prohibiting visitors from entering senior care and long-term care facilities, and closing government offices. We have initiated these actions in places where we have confirmed evidence of risk, like Montgomery, Delaware, Bucks, and Chester counties, and we will continue to monitor this situation as it unfolds to determine if and when we will do this in other counties in Pennsylvania. Individuals, businesses, and communities across Pennsylvania are already stepping up to the challenge. If we succeed in slowing the spread of COVID-19, it will be because we all do our part.”