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5:38 AM / Monday October 26, 2020

29 Sep 2020

Philadelphia moves to 50% indoor dining capacity starting October 2

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September 29, 2020 Category: Coronavirus, Local Posted by:

The City of Philadelphia has announced that restaurants can move to 50% capacity for indoor dining starting Friday, October 2.

The restaurants will have to certify that they are following the state of Pennaylvania’s guidelines on social distancing.

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Restaurants must complete the Open and Certified PA online certificate online by Oct. 5 to increase their indoor dining to 50%.

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