Governor Tom Wolf announced Thursday that all non-life-essential are to close by 8 p.m. or face imminent sanctions. But within two minutes the governor’s website had crashed, Your Content is first to report.
The spike in traffic comes after Your Content reported all businesses better close shop by 8 p.m., by order of the governor.
Today I’m taking decisive action to stop the spread of #COVID19 by ordering all non-life-sustaining businesses to close by 8 p.m.— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) March 19, 2020
Enforcement actions against businesses that don’t close will begin Saturday and could include citations, fines & license suspensions. pic.twitter.com/WSd5weA93b
“Earlier this week I mandated all restaurants and bars close their facilities and offer only dine out options. Unfortunately we have not seen full compliance. We have no time to lose. With every minute that passes, Pennsylvanians contract the coronavirus.” Gov. Wolf said.
Gov. Wolf will work with all agencies to enforce mandatory closures. Restaurants and bars must cease all operation of they face sanctions.
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