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    Pa. Essential Businesses Asked to Cut Occupancy by 50 Percent: ‘No Mask, No Service’ Policy

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    Essential businesses in Pennsylvania can deny entry to patrons not wearing face masks and have been asked to cut occupancy by 50 percent, Your Content is first to reveal.

    “The State has issued new guidance for essential businesses. Employees and customers are now required to wear masks while on premises. Businesses can deny entry to individuals not wearing masks,” Delaware County officials said in a statement Saturday.

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    “Businesses are also asked to conduct business with the public by appointment only if feasible, limit occupancy to no greater than 50 percent of the number stated on their certificate of occupancy as necessary to reduce crowding and place signage and encourage social distancing for both customers and employees.”

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