PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Starting today, restaurants are getting the chance to allow more patrons inside their businesses, all thanks to a new order from Governor Tom Wolf and State Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine.This comes as good news to many, but some are saying it’s still not enough.
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